In a statement released yesterday by parent company Torstar, Harlequin reports that its revenues were up $9.4 million in 2006 excluding the impact of foreign exchange. North America Retail was up $9.9 million, North America Direct-To-Consumer was down $5.7 million and Overseas was up $5.2 million. Its operating profits were down $2.5 million in 2006 excluding the impact of foreign exchange. North America Retail was up $2.7 million, North America Direct-To-Consumer was down $6.5 million and Overseas was up $1.3 million. Harlequin reduced its global workforce by 4% through a restructuring completed during the second half of 2006. The Overseas markets had mixed results in 2006 with improvements in the United Kingdom and the Nordic Group offset by lower results in Germany.
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