Burberry


Apparel needs more time to turnaround

13/05/20 -"The group has warned that after the sales losses in February in the Asian market, the sales in EMEIA and the Americas have fallen significantly since mid-March due to the COVID-19 worldwide outbreak. ..."

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13/05/20
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