By  on April 7, 2011

TOKYO — Uniqlo’s corporate parent Fast Retailing’s first-half numbers slumped, but the company raised its full-year profit guidance and only slightly cut its sales target, appearing to shrug off the impact of Japan’s earthquake disaster last month even as a 7.1 aftershock rattled the northern part of the country late Thursday.

The retailer said net profit for the six months ended Feb. 28 fell 24.7 percent to 41.67 billion yen, or $503 million at average exchange.

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