By  on November 28, 2012

Guess Inc. saw its shares pick up in after-hours trading Wednesday despite lower third-quarter earnings as it declared a special dividend and issued a fairly upbeat fourth-quarter forecast.

The Los Angeles-based jeanswear and sportswear firm also said it planned to enter the Brazilian market through a joint venture with an undisclosed partner and reenter the Japanese market on a direct basis. Paul Marciano, chief executive officer, told analysts on a late afternoon conference call that current plans for Brazil are for between 10 and 20 freestanding stores in the next two to three years with the first store expected to open in São Paulo next June.

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