LONDON — Burberry Group plc reported Tuesday that second-half revenues climbed 17.1 percent in the six months ended March 31, to 1.03 billion pounds, or $1.61 billion, led by robust retail sales and the brand’s performance in Asia.
Stripping out Burberry’s now-discontinued Spanish operations from the same period last year, revenues grew 19.4 percent at actual exchange rates. All dollar rates have been calculated at average exchange rates for the periods in question.
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