SOUTH AFRICA: Clothing concerns weigh on Seardel FY profit
By just-style.com | 24 May 2011
South Africa's largest clothing and textile maker, Seardel Investment Corporation Limited, is making progress in its turnaround efforts after swinging to a full-year profit - but says the performance of its clothing unit "remains of great concern."
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