In the money: Cotton costs an issue for VF Corp
By Leonie Barrie | 22 October 2010
The boss of VF Corp remains quietly confident that the world's largest apparel company will be able to sustain "near record" gross margins next year despite rising cotton prices and labour costs in China.
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