Mitsukoshi, Ltd. SWOT Analysis

November 2005
Mitsukoshi, Ltd. SWOT Analysis;Nov2005, p1
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An overview of an analysis of Mitsukoshi Ltd., a company engaged in the operations of department stores in Japan and overseas, is presented. The revenues and net profit generated by the company for the fiscal year ended February 2005 are stated. It discusses the growth of the department store business. It explores the profit margins and management at Mitsukoshi.


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