L’Occitane International said its profit grew in the half year through September 30 thanks to rising sales in emerging markets which offset a slump in Europe and Hong Kong. Depicted is a man walking past the entrance to the Shenzhen Universiade Sports Center, shaped in the form of the Tmall Cat, mascot for Alibaba’s Tmall online marketplace. Photo: BloombergL’Occitane International said its profit grew in the half year through September 30 thanks to rising sales in emerging markets which offset a slump in Europe and Hong Kong. Depicted is a man walking past the entrance to the Shenzhen Universiade Sports Center, shaped in the form of the Tmall Cat, mascot for Alibaba’s Tmall online marketplace. Photo: Bloomberg
L’Occitane International said its profit grew in the half year through September 30 thanks to rising sales in emerging markets which offset a slump in Europe and Hong Kong. Depicted is a man walking past the entrance to the Shenzhen Universiade Sports Center, shaped in the form of the Tmall Cat, mascot for Alibaba’s Tmall online marketplace. Photo: Bloomberg

L’Occitane International reports profit rise 34 per cent in the fiscal half year

Topic |   Consumers
L’Occitane International said its profit grew in the half year through September 30 thanks to rising sales in emerging markets which offset a slump in Europe and Hong Kong. Depicted is a man walking past the entrance to the Shenzhen Universiade Sports Center, shaped in the form of the Tmall Cat, mascot for Alibaba’s Tmall online marketplace. Photo: BloombergL’Occitane International said its profit grew in the half year through September 30 thanks to rising sales in emerging markets which offset a slump in Europe and Hong Kong. Depicted is a man walking past the entrance to the Shenzhen Universiade Sports Center, shaped in the form of the Tmall Cat, mascot for Alibaba’s Tmall online marketplace. Photo: Bloomberg
L’Occitane International said its profit grew in the half year through September 30 thanks to rising sales in emerging markets which offset a slump in Europe and Hong Kong. Depicted is a man walking past the entrance to the Shenzhen Universiade Sports Center, shaped in the form of the Tmall Cat, mascot for Alibaba’s Tmall online marketplace. Photo: Bloomberg
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