SRI LANKA: Brandix acquires Comfortwear lingerie unit
By Dilshani Samaraweera | 23 March 2011
Sri Lankan garment maker Brandix Lanka has taken full ownership of Comfortwear, a joint venture between Brandix and Lanka Equities.
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