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Yue Yuen predicts $70 million loss for March quarter, cites Covid-19

Chinese sports-shoe manufacturer and retail conglomerate Yue Yuen Industrial is predicting a loss of up to US$70 million in the March quarter as a result of the Covid-19 crisis.

Coronavirus will have ‘adverse impact’ on Yue Yuen and Pou Sheng shoe businesses

Shoe manufacturer and retailer Yue Yuen Industrial says the coronavirus crisis will have a significant impact on its revenues, with its store network and factories heavily disrupted by closures.

Yue Yuen to move more production into Southeast Asia as trade war rolls on

Yue Yuen says it expects to move more of its manufacturing from China to other Southeast Asia countries as the US-China trade conflict shows no sign of abating.

Athleisure trend boosts Yue Yuen sales last year

Yue Yuen Industrial boosted revenue by 6.3 per cent last year.

Pou Sheng boosts sales by 26.9 per cent

Mainland shoe retailer Pou Sheng boosted sales by 26.9 per cent in the last quarter, to US$858.5 million.

Privatisation plan worth $6.8 billion to Yue Yuen

Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings is set to receive HK$6.76 billion (US$860 million) from a proposal to privatise its retail arm.

Steady growth for Yue Yuen

Nine months of growth have been reported by Yue Yuen Industrial (Holdings).

Revenue rise puts Yue Yuen on good footing

Revenue growth of 3.9 per cent saw first-half revenue hit US$4.4 billion for Yue Yuen Industrial (Holdings).

Pou Sheng International revenue hits RMB1.9b

Net consolidated operating revenue for Pou Sheng International (Holdings) rose to RMB1.9 billion (US$275.2 million) last month.

Yue Yuen Industrial revenue down, profit up

Revenue eased by 0.5 per cent last year to US$8480.6 million for manufacturer/retailer Yue Yuen Industrial.

Error sees Pou Sheng bosses out the door

One Pou Sheng International executive has been fired and another has resigned following an accounting error.

China drives Yue Yuen prosperity

Shoe giant Yue Yuen produced 165.7 million pairs of shoes in the first half of this year – 4.1 per cent more than during the same period last year.