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LVMH, the French luxuy goods producer, today announced a 19% increase in first half operating income to €840m, compared to €708m in the same period last year. The company said it wa particularly pleased with the result because of the "difficult environment, marked by slow economic growth and the persisting weakness of tourism."


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