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Portico International revenue up 17 per cent

Half-year revenue shot up 17.9 per cent for Portico International Holdings, its interim results show.

Li & Fung profit jumps to $170 million

Li & Fung saw its half-year core operating profit jump by 11.9 per cent to US$170 million.

Bonjour loss grows, as expected

As expected, results show a Bonjour loss of HK$50.3 million in the  first-half year, more than double the previous year’s figure.  

Central Group, JD.com discussing joint venture

Thailand’s Central Group is discussing a possible US$500 million e-commerce joint venture with JD.com, Reuters reports.

Cole Haan signs China deal with Sitoy Retailing

US lifestyle group Cole Haan has signed a deal for distribution of its apparel, footwear and accessories in Greater China.

Tiffany Asia continues to struggle

Tiffany Asia achieved sales of US$235 million in the quarter and $492 million in the half year, up 2 per cent and 5 per cent respectively.

Cole Haan signs China deal with Sitoy Retailing

Cole Haan has signed a distribution deal with Sitoy Retailing for its apparel, footwear and accessories in Greater China.

Tiffany Asia continues to struggle

Tiffany Asia achieved sales of US$235 million in the quarter and $492 million in the half year, up 2 per cent and 5 per cent respectively.

Tiffany Asia continues to struggle

Tiffany Asia achieved sales of US$235 million in the quarter and $492 million in the half year, up 2 per cent and 5 per cent respectively.

G-III Apparel taking DKNY, Donna Karan to China

DKNY and Donna Karan are heading to China via a JV between G-III Apparel Group and Amlon Capital.

Record first-half sales for Samsonite International

Samsonite International had record half-year net sales of US$1.5 billion, an increase of 31.8 per cent.

Record first-half sales for Samsonite International

Samsonite International had record half-year net sales of US$1.5 billion, an increase of 31.8 per cent.