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Sales increase 6.7% to $138.4 mil. for fiscal first quarter (ended April 30), Gucci reports June 21. Yves Saint Laurent cosmetics sales increased 15.9% to $40 mil., while fragrance revenues were off 1% at $60.9 mil. Gucci purchased Sanofi's beauty business, which included YSL and couture, from Artemis, a holding company for Pinault-Printemps-Redoute, in November (1"The Rose Sheet" Nov. 22, 1999, p. 4). LVMH and PPR have engaged in talks to resolve disagreements surrounding PPR's alliance with Gucci. The two companies had been negotiating a sale of LVMH's 20 mil. Gucci shares for $100 per share, but the deal fell through

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