US: American Apparel gets more time to tackle finances
By just-style.com | 16 February 2011
Beleaguered US retailer and manufacturer American Apparel has been given more time to get its finances in order after its largest creditor, Lion Capital, on Monday (14 February) agreed to give it another three days to show that it is in compliance with its loan agreement.
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