Inditex sales and profits continue to climb

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Inditex has reported an increase in profit and sales that the group said is a result of a “very robust operating performance”.

In the six months to July 31, the Spanish fashion giant saw its gross profit increase by 14.1% to €9.8bn (£8.4bn) and a 15.7% rise in EBITDA to €4.7bn (£4bn).

Inditex sales across all of its brands – Zara, Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius and Oysho – grew 13.5% overall to total €16.9bn (£14.5bn) in this period.

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