LVMH


A cheerful 11% organic growth in Q1 amid macro-economic uncertainties

11/04/19 -"LVMH has stepped up its sales by 11% lfl (+16% reported) to reach €12.54bn. Leather goods were the outperformer, growing by 15% lfl, led by LV and Dior. "

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11/04/19
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