Prada Improves Margins And Wants 70% Of Sales From Its Stores

Prada booked a 5 percent drop in sales to €1.561 billion in the financial year to Jan. 31 due to a decrease in sales to U.S. department stores. However, the group's retail sales rose by 14 percent, representing 65 percent of overall revenues, and the management wants the ratio to ...

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