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What: Shares of fragrance bottler and seller Inter Parfums
So what: The maker of perfume and deodorant brands such as Jimmy Choo and Lanvin is discussing contract terms with largest customer Burberry Group, and investors seem nervous about the outcome. Analysts see Burberry holding all the good cards, since the British luxury designer and retailer accounts for more than half of Inter Parfums' sales -- an account the company can hardly afford to walk away from.
Now what: The company also makes fragrances under license for Procter & Gamble
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