US: Gap adds Tsang to board ahead of China opening
By just-style.com | 22 June 2010
Specialty clothing retailer Gap Inc has tapped Katherine Tsang, chairperson for Greater China at the Standard Chartered Plc bank, as its latest board member as it prepares to open its first stores in the country.
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