YUGOSLAVIA: Dutch Company Invests In Serbian Suit Firm
Dutch firm United Fashion Makers, which designs and market men's clothes, has announced a financial commitment to Serbian textile company Prvi Maj, by investing in its suit production division. The investment will allow Prvi Maj, whose facilities have been renovated after a huge fire four years ago, to boost its current suits output by 20 per cent from 40,000 a month to 48,000 suits a month.
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