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Zara owner Inditex sees profits lift

Inditex, which owns fashion chain Zara, has beaten forecasts after reporting a 68% rise in first-half net profit.

The Spanish group said profits rose to 628m euros ($835m; £533m), helped by an aggressive growth push.

It highlighted its expansion in Asia, in particular its entry into the Indian market, where it opened three Zara stores.

The BBC's Brian Milligan reports.

  • 22 Sep 2010
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