Another Japanese firm, Dunlop Sports, had an implied 62 percent...

Another Japanese firm, Dunlop Sports, had an implied 62 percent increase in net income to 437 million yen (€3.2m-$3.5m) for its second quarter, ended June 30, on 21 percent higher sales of ¥20.83 billion (€152.9m-$167.7m). The company benefited from better weather conditions than during the snowy spring of 2014, but ...

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