By  on October 12, 2011

LONDON — Burberry’s plans to roll out stores in China and worldwide are on track as the company reported a 29.5 percent increase in first-half revenues to 830 million pounds, or $1.34 billion, and a 21 percent rise in second quarter revenues to 463 million pounds, or $745.4 million.

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