CANADA: Gildan Activewear Q4 improves on easing cotton prices
By Petah Marian | 30 November 2012
Gildan Activewear recorded a jump in fourth quarter net earnings as the group benefited from lower cotton costs, higher printwear unit sales volumes, more favourable product-mix and higher selling prices for Branded Apparel, and the initial accretion from the acquisition of Anvil Holdings.
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