Foreign-owned luxury companies outperform Italian locals

Italian luxury goods firms controlled by large foreign groups, such as Kering and LVMH, have been performing significantly better than their peers regardless of the type of shareholder structure. The worst performing category were companies controlled by private equity firms, according to a survey carried out by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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