By  on September 3, 2013

PARIS — “God Bless America” could be a new anthem for Europe’s big luxury goods players, beset by the slowdown in China as well as persistent economic volatility in Europe.

In disclosing a 13.9 percent leap in first-half profits at Hermès International, co-chief executive officer Axel Dumas marveled that the U.S. represents an established market for the company, yet one whose growth axis resembles an emerging country.

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