ANALYSIS: Acquisitions to fuel Li & Fung growth plans
By Richard Woodard | 29 March 2011
Given the circumstances surrounding global sourcing giant Li & Fung's announcement of its new three-year plan, you could forgive analysts for being ever so slightly sceptical about the company's ability to more than double its core operating profit by 2013.
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