Daphne International cuts its net loss as it changes business model

The women’s footwear company Daphne International Holdings ended 2020 with a 77 percent reduction of its net loss to 242.0 million Hong Kong dollars (€26.5m-$31.1m) as an 83 percent drop in revenues to HK$ 363.9 million (€39.9m-$46.8m) resulted in a sharp fall in selling and distribution expenses as well as ...

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