US: Fabric fault may cost Lululemon US$20m in sales
By Petah Marian | 19 March 2013
Activewear retailer Lululemon has warned that it may lose sales of around US$20m during the first quarter after issues with a key fabric used in its leggings has forced it to withdraw some of the products.
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