COLOMBIA: Gap looking to source swimsuits, activewear
By Ivan Castano Freeman | 4 July 2011
US clothing retailer Gap Inc is considering making women's swimsuits, activewear and men's suits in Colombia and possibly Brazil, according to sources familiar to the company's plans.
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