CANADA: Gildan eyes growth as Q3 profit falls 24%
By just-style.com | 14 August 2009
Lower sales of higher-value fleeces and long-sleeve T-shirts have helped push Gildan Activewear Inc to a 23.9% drop in third quarter profit, although the market was buoyed by its optimistic outlook for sales growth next year.
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