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Tiffany's strong China sales offset tepid Americas business

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Credit: Reuters/Mike Segar By Phil Wahba Tue Aug 27, 2013 5:45pm EDT (Reuters) - Tiffany & Co's (TIF.N) strong sales in China and higher prices made up for some disappointing business in its home market in the latest quarter, leading the U.S. jeweler on Tuesday to raise its profit forecast for the year. There were fears this summer that luxury spending in China might slow as the economy there weakened, but Tiffany is the latest Western brand to report good sales there. Prada SpA (1913.HK) and Coach Inc (COH.N) recently posted big gains in the world's fastest-growing market for luxury goods.
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Leggett, Montgomery business and civic leaders to visit China

More news about Md. politics The Chinese investment footprint in Montgomery is small, but its one that officials would http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/suburbs/ct-tl-lk-0829-highland-park-taxing-districts-20130828,0,1477057.story like to expand. We are visitors from Montgomery County interested in finding the right partners and learning about market opportunities to advance business ties, said Lily Qi, a Leggett aide for special projects. Leggett is scheduled to host a reception for the business community in Shanghai.
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