PARIS — Swiss watch exports jumped 29.7 percent in November to 1.8 billion Swiss francs, or $1.83 billion, despite a less favorable comparison base, fueled by continued strong Asian demand for luxury timepieces, the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry said Tuesday.
Watch exports rose 21.8 percent between January and November to 14.6 billion Swiss francs, or $13.94 billion. Dollar figures are calculated at average exchange rates for the period in question.
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