TOKYO — Salvatore Ferragamo SpA chief executive officer Michele Norsa said the house is performing more strongly than expected in Japan, registering an 8 percent jump in retail sales in the first three months of the year.
Norsa said April is shaping up well, too. “It’s been many years since I’ve seen four positive months in a row…both in Tokyo and in other parts of Japan,” the executive said, just minutes after cutting the ribbon on Ferragamo’s new store in the Roppongi district on Thursday.
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