By  on October 10, 2013

TOKYO — Takashimaya said its first-half profits and sales grew on a combination of factors including a weak yen, a general uptick in the Japanese economy.

Net income for the six months ended Aug. 31 climbed 15.3 percent to 7.61 billion yen, or $77.66 million at average exchange rates for the period, the retailer said Thursday.
 
Operating profit increased by 10.2 percent to 11.16 billion yen, or $113.79 million.
 
The department store operator's first-half sales grew 3.7 percent to 435.29 billion yen, or $4.44 billion.

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