By  on August 25, 2010

PARIS — L’Oréal’s first-half net profits rose 21.2 percent to 1.32 billion euros, or $1.75 billion at average exchange.

For the six months ended June 30, the French beauty giant’s operating profits grew 21.4 percent to 1.67 billion euros, or $2.21 billion, representing 17.3 percent of sales. The company called this “a record half-year figure.” L’Oréal’s gross profits increased 11.9 percent to 6.89 billion euros, or $9.14 billion, representing 71.3 percent of revenues, versus 70.2 percent in the same prior-year period.

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