By  on April 17, 2013

LONDON — After a bumpy 12 months and continued soft footfall at its mainline stores, Burberry Group ended the fiscal year on a high, beating analysts’ fourth-quarter estimates and returning to double-digit revenue growth.


Burberry said in a trading update Wednesday that fourth-quarter revenues climbed 11 percent to 503 million pounds, or $780 million, fueled partly by strong retail sales during the Chinese New Year, and store openings in the region.

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