Japanese luxury market improving - Christian Dior
MOSCOW, April 26
MOSCOW, April 26 (Reuters) - Sales of luxury goods in Japan are improving and are likely to recover to levels seen before last month's earthquake and nuclear power crisis, Christain Dior (DIOR.PA) Chief Executive Sidney Toledano told Reuters.
"My first concern is the situation with the people. Thank God that despite what happened, things (sales) are improving now," Toledano said on the fringes of an exhibit of Dior dresses in Moscow.
"I am sure Japan will recover... They love luxury, they love what we do, and I believe in our long-term relationship," he said.
(Reporting by Amie Ferris-Rotman and Nastassia Astrasheuskaya, Writing by John Bowker, Editing by Thomas Grove)
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