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Inter Parfums Prestige Fragrance Division Posts 12% Gain In 2002

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Inter Parfums' prestige fragrance division achieved a 12% sales increase in 2002, fueled by strong launches and the staying power of several classic scents, the firm revealed in a fourth quarter and year-end 1release issued March 12

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