By  on August 11, 2009

BERLIN — Douglas Perfumeries reported Tuesday a sales uptick of 2.2 percent to 1.45 billion euros, or $1.99 billion at average exchange, for the first nine months of its fiscal year.

Douglas also maintained its outlook for the year, after a disappointing second quarter caused the company to downgrade its overall sales and profits forecast in May. Its expectation for sales growth of 2 percent for the fiscal year remains unchanged.

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