By  on March 15, 2019

MILAN — Furla’s growth slowed in 2018, primarily as a result of consolidation and investments in production and its online platform.

In 2018, the Italian accessories company registered sales of 513 million euros, up 2.8 percent compared with 499 million euros in 2017. At constant exchange rates, sales rose 5.2 percent. Furla has doubled its sales in the past four years.

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