In the money: Hanesbrands sees lingering apparel price inflation
By Leonie Barrie | 20 April 2012
While still-high cotton costs weighed on first quarter profit at sock, T-shirt and underwear maker Hanesbrands Inc, the company still managed to beat forecasts and says it believes the worst of the cotton price inflation is now over.
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