By  on October 28, 2009

LONDON — Double-digit growth in North America, coupled with favorable currency fluctuations and new store openings worldwide, boosted first-half sales at Tommy Hilfiger Group by 3.4 percent to 772 million euros, or $1.08 billion, from 747 million euros, or $1.05 billion.

All figures have been converted at average exchange rates for the six-month period ending Sept. 30.

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