Updated Wednesday, 16 September 2020 - 22:43

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Inditex, the textile giant that owns Zara,

has managed to turn the sock around in the midst of the pandemic

and with 87% of stores closed until the end of May, and has returned to profits in its second quarter, which runs from May to July.

It does so after the historical losses of the first and despite the fact that sales in this last period fell by 31% compared to the previous year.

In the previous quarter, in full confinement, Inditex lost 409 million, compared to the profit of 214 million log

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