That quintessentially American brand — Levi's — expects to get the bulk of its sales overseas within the next three to five years.
As the San Francisco-based denim giant revealed strong earnings and revenues growth for the first quarter ended Feb. 24 — boosted by currency gains and lower restructuring charges — its president and chief executive officer, John Anderson, said the company faces a bumpy year. But it's banking on international markets — namely China, India and Russia — as well as the women's sector, for future growth.
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