By  on July 10, 2018

Almost everything is going right for Levi Strauss & Co. — except the trade war.

The San Francisco-based company continued to roar ahead in the second quarter, with revenues growing 17 percent as ascendant categories like tops and retail aided its global expansion — and it’s on track to post more than $5 billion in sales for the first time since 1999. Even the U.S. wholesale channel contributed and the Dockers revamp, still a work in progress, showed what chief executive officer Chip Bergh described as “glimmers of hope.”

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