PARIS — PPR said Thursday that revenues rose 16.3 percent in the third quarter, as its luxury brands continued to post strong gains across all geographic regions, compensating for a weaker performance in the sport and lifestyle segment.
PPR posted revenues of 2.56 billion euros, or $3.2 billion, in the three months to Sept. 30, versus 2.20 billion euros, or $3.12 billion, in the same period a year earlier, up 6.6 percent on a comparable basis.
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