By  on November 9, 2018

LONDON — Demand in China might be robust, but the region could deliver some surprises in the next months due to zigzagging exchange rates, trade disputes and the weather impacting how and where those from China will be shopping, said Richemont as it delivered its first-half results on Friday.

Johann Rupert, chairman of Compagnie Financière Richemont, pointed to a “growing volatility” in consumer demand, partly attributable to an “uncertain economic and geopolitical climate,” as the company reported a 21 percent uptick in sales to 6.81 billion euros.

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