PARIS — Sales at French luxury group Hermès International pulled back slightly in the second quarter but, propelled by a nearly 19 percent increase in the firm’s leather goods business, moved ahead in the six months.

Second-quarter sales tallied $277 million, down 1.7 percent compared with $282 million in 2001. Excluding currency fluctuations, sales were up 3.3 percent in the period. Dollar figures are converted from the euro at current exchange rates.

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