Gabor Shoes reports a 2.4 percent increase to €210.5 million...

Gabor Shoes reports a 2.4 percent increase to €210.5 million for the first half of 2015, including the wholesale-equivalent sales of its licensees, but the company expects a more difficult second half of the year because of lower orders of long boots and a weak business in Russia. In the ...

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