US: Fifth & Pacific to buy out Kate Spade Japan
By Leonie Barrie | 8 June 2012
Apparel firm Fifth & Pacific Companies Inc (formerly Liz Claiborne Inc) is to buy its Kate Spade Japan business from a joint venture partner as part of an ongoing international push for the brand.
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