By  on February 12, 2013

PARIS — Benefiting from its attainable luxury positioning amid economic uncertainty, French leather goods firm Longchamp saw revenues bound 16 percent last year to 454 million euros, or $583.7 million at average exchange rates.

The results were powered by a rollout of boutiques and shops-in-shop; key product launches including a leather version of its perennially popular Le Pliage bag, and a steady flow of Asian tourists, particularly in Europe.

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