The performance of Jamaican track star Usain Bolt in Daegu has bolstered Puma’s third-quarter profits, the global athletics brand said in its September earnings report.
Puma net earnings remained flat at €81.7 million but sales increased 10.2 per cent to €841.6 million due, in part, to Bolt’s performance and Faas, a Jamaican-branded shoe. The company said sales in Asia and Latin America were particularly higher over the review period, rising by 16.4 per cent. Read more>>
Source: Jamaica Gleaner
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