PARIS — Reflecting the keen appetite of upscale consumers worldwide and the strength of its Louis Vuitton brand, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton saw its third-quarter sales increase 23.6 percent to 5.11 billion euros, or $6.59 billion, from 4.14 billion, or $5.34 billion, a year ago.
Stripping out the impact of currency, revenue growth for the French luxury goods giant stood at 14 percent, reflecting “very strong” momentum in Asia, Europe and America.
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