Over the first three quarters of the current fiscal year, Spanish fashion group Inditex' turnover grew 11 % and its net profit also grew nearly 10 %.
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According to the European Greens, Spanish fashion group Inditex - which owns chains like Zara and Massimo Dutti - has evaded corporate tax on a massive scale.
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In the first half of its fiscal year, Spanish fashion company Inditex has achieved another sizeable turnover increase and a 16 % company profit increase. Its performance even exceeded analaysts' expectations.
Euromonitor's analysts have predicted strong growth for Spanish Inditex in its home market, thanks to a good mixture of fast-fashion and more expensive brands.
Spanish fashion company Inditex, which owns brands like Zara and Massimo Dutti, performed well in its past quarter: turnover grew 12 % in the quarter that ended in April.
Spanish fashion group Inditex will bring larger clothing sizes to its Zara chain, following in the footsteps of its competitor Mango, which already has its own larger clothing size collection - called Violeta.
Stradivarius, a clothing chain that is part of Spanish group Inditex, has opened its first store in the Netherlands, in the Kalverstraat (Amsterdam).
Spanish fashion company Inditex' 2015 profit grew a lot, despite the fact that its net profit did not meet analysts' forecasts. Turnover also grew 15 %.
Clothing chain Oysho, which is part of the Spanish fashion group Inditex, has now opened a European web shop. This means that all European citizens can buy the brand's clothing, even though the particular country may not have an actual store.