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Adidas Q2 sales fall in China as consumers boycott international brands

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LONDON — Adidas has increased its outlook for the year, despite a drop in sales in China where some consumers have boycotted the sportwear brand for its stance against alleged human rights abuses.

In its second-quarter earnings report Thursday, Adidas said revenue had picked up everywhere except Greater China, particularly in Europe and the U.S, driving a 55% hike in second-quarter sales from the previous year.

“We are seeing North America, Latin America and Europe having a very, very strong growth and we are seeing uncertainty in China, but I am very, very convinced that China will be very, very successful also for this year,” Kasper Rorsted, CEO of Adidas, told CNBC’s Squawk Box…



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