By  on November 14, 2019

LONDON — With first-half sales and profits on track and a boost from the weaker pound, Burberry is looking ahead — and girding itself for more trouble in Hong Kong amid rising violence and political unrest.

In the six months to Sept. 28, Burberry saw a double-digit sales decline in Hong Kong, where it has 12 stores. The region usually represents 8 percent of overall revenue, but in the first half that figure dropped to 5 percent.

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