By  on May 8, 2008

PARIS — Proving itself a luxury thoroughbred, Hermès International said Wednesday that sales raced ahead 13.4 percent in the first quarter to 415.1 million euros, or $621.7 million at average exchange rates, with a robust performance across all key product categories and regions.

At constant exchange, sales in the three months ended March 31 gained 18.3 percent, with double-digit gains across all regions except Japan. The Americas surged 22.6 percent, boosted partly by the Wall Street location that opened last June.

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