Xtep Intl. nets H1 profit from Saucony business


Xtep Intl., the publicly traded Chinese company, whose business models consists of its own label for the nation’s mass market and four western brands (K-Swiss and Palladium, globally, and joint ventures for Merrell and Saucony in Mainland China) targeting the premium market, reported a 12.7 percent increase in H1 profitability ...

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