发布日期：2017-08-10 浏览数：109 次
Burberry has reported increased sales in the threemonths to June, helped by demand from China.
The fashion retailer started the 2017-18 year with a4% increase. In China, sales growth was in the "mid-teens".
It is the first set of results to be reported under newchief executive Marco Gobbetti.
Mr Gobbetti said: "We are pleased with our performance in the first quarter, while mindful ofthe work still to do. This is a time of great change for Burberry and the wider luxury industry."
Burberry shares rose 5% in early trading after the sales figures were announced.
Retail sales generated 478m pounds in the three-month period, helped by strong performancesin the UK and mainland China.
Steve Clayton, a fund manager of Hargreaves Lansdown, said: "This is an encouragingperformance from Burberry, which looks to be at long last pulling out of the doldrums. "
Mr Clayton warned that in the near-term, growth could be hampered by a slowdown in thenumber of stores being opened.