FRANCE: Children Worldwide Fashion to axe 169 jobs
By Stuart Todd | 13 February 2012
Children Worldwide Fashion (CWF), which makes luxury children's apparel under license for a number of leading brands, is to axe 149 jobs out of total workforce of around 400 at its HQ in Herbiers, in western France, as part of a restructuring programme.
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