CANADA: Gildan to shift sock finishing as Q4 profit halves
By just-style.com | 12 December 2008
Canadian T-shirt, fleece and sock maker Gildan Activewear Inc is to phase out its sock finishing operations in the US by the middle of next year, after its fourth quarter profit nearly halved and negative market conditions look set to hit its first quarter results.
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