James Dyson, a founder of  Dyson Ltd., shows a new  robotic vacuum cleaner, called  "Dyson 360 Eye," in Minato Ward,  Tokyo. Photo: AFP, The Yomiuri Shimbun
James Dyson, a founder of Dyson Ltd., shows a new robotic vacuum cleaner, called "Dyson 360 Eye," in Minato Ward, Tokyo. Photo: AFP, The Yomiuri Shimbun
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UK’s Dyson profits up 41% on Asia sales

The Asia-Pacific region accounts for more than half of the company’s sales and profits

March 28, 2017 9:58 PM (UTC+8)

The Financial Times reports that UK appliance manufacturer Dyson at least tripled its revenue last year in each of China, Indonesia and the Philippines.

The growth spurred a 41% rise in profits in 2016, as the company continues its expansion drive, with recent investments of more than US$3 billion.

Founder Sir James Dyson says the company’s efforts to develop new technologies has paid off and is responsible for their recent gains.

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