AUSTRALIA: Billabong to axe suppliers following H1 loss
By Leonie Barrie | 22 February 2013
Struggling Australian surfwear brand Billabong International has swung to a first-half loss after writing off the value of its brands - and says that from next month it intends to slash the number of apparel suppliers that it uses to less than one-fifth of the current total.
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