MILAN — Growth in its core footwear and handbags categories and a jump in its retail channel in China lifted Salvatore Ferragamo SpA revenues by 9.1 percent to 1.25 billion euros, or $1.65 billion, in the year ended Dec. 31. This compares with revenues of 1.15 billion euros, or $1.47 billion, in 2012.
At constant exchange rates, revenues would have grown 10.6 percent.
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