By  on November 3, 2009

Speaking of the buying public, Farah said, “They’re not as interested in sales as they were a year ago. They’re making selections based on what they want. If they like the product, they buy it.”

He made the remarks following Polo’s disclosure Tuesday of second-quarter profits that grew 10.2 percent, as a favorable tax rate and lower expenses helped the company compensate for a 3.8 percent decline in revenues.

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