In the money: PVH backs Warnaco turnaround strategy
By Petah Marian | 29 November 2012
The CEO of apparel giant PVH has backed Warnaco's plans to turn around the Calvin Klein Jeans and underwear businesses, a company it is set to take over next year in a deal worth US$2.9bn.
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