LONDON — On the eve of its first annual meeting since going public last summer, Burberry announced news that’s sure to put a smile on investors’ faces.

The company said in a first-quarter trading update Monday that total revenues in the three months ended June 30 increased 18 percent, with retail sales up 33 percent, thanks to a raft of store openings over the past year and last year’s acquisition of the Burberry distributor in Korea.

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