August 2010 management briefing: Part IV - The winners and survivors
By just-style.com | 31 August 2010
Looking at performance on a global market positioning basis, rather than geography, the last two years have been challenging for all global textile and clothing producers, as demand waned and customers put off purchasing decisions.
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