Kathmandu’s sales jump by 52% on Rip Curl acquisition

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Kathmandu Holdings had record sales and profit for the first half of its financial year, ended on Jan. 31 2020, boosted by the acquisition of Rip Curl during the period. Revenues were also driven by a good performance by its New Zealand business and robust sales at Oboz, the American ...

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