Gabor may be turning around

Gabor Shoes felt the sting of falling sales in 2017, although the company rebounded lightly in the second half of the year. Including licenses, the group sold a total of 9.1 million pairs of shoes and generated total revenues of €383 million - a drop of 3.3 percent from the ...

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