LONDON — A surge in demand for handbags and small leather goods drove sales and profits up at Mulberry Group plc in the year ended March 31.
The British accessories brand, which is quoted on London’s AIM stock exchange, said Thursday that profits climbed 15 percent to 2.97 million pounds, or $4.75 million, from 2.58 million, or $4.13 million.
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