ISRAEL: Delta Galil Q4 surges on strong European sales
By Katie Smith | 20 February 2013
Strong sales in Europe and the acquisition of German lingerie group Schiesser have helped Israel-based underwear and sock maker Delta Galil Industries to book a 66% jump in fourth-quarter profit.
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