PARIS — Hermès International on Tuesday reported better-than-expected second-quarter sales, bolstered by robust activity in America and Asia, excluding Japan.
The French luxury firm said sales in the three months through June 30 advanced 12.1 percent to 398.1 million euros, or $622.3 million at average exchange, despite continued tough business in the important Japanese market. This compares with revenues of 355 million euros, or $478.6 million, in the corresponding period a year earlier.
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