ISRAEL: Delta Galil snaps up KN Karen Neuberger
By Katie Smith | 4 July 2011
Intimate apparel maker Delta Galil has acquired assets of sleepwear brand KN Karen Neuberger, from Russell Newman Brands in a deal worth US$4m.
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