Thanks to a more than 14 percent increase in retail...

Thanks to a more than 14 percent increase in retail sales, Prada ended the financial year to Jan. 31 with higher-than-expected results. Operating results were probably higher than in 2008, when its Ebitda slipped to €282.2 million from €316.0 million, impacted by a 68.8 percent increase in investments to €158.7 ...

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