De'Longhi Revenues Rise 7 Percent in 2012
January 31, 2013,
TREVISO, Italy-Fiscal 2012 revenues for De'Longhi Group increased 7 percent to EUR1.53 billion ($2 billion, using the average exchange rate of the euro to the dollar for last year).
A statement from the company said the result was in line with its guidance. De'Longhi also said its fourth-quarter sales rose 4.8 percent to EUR541 million ($698 million), "despite an environment still characterized by macroeconomic uncertainties."
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