By  on July 26, 2007

PARIS — Crunched by the high value of the euro and tepid business in Japan, Hermès International on Wednesday revised full-year revenue forecasts as it reported sales in the second quarter rose a weaker-than-expected 4.7 percent.

The luxury fashion and accessories house said full-year sales would gain 8 to 8.5 percent, in the low range of its previous forecast, due to the "slowdown in Japan."

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