US: Hanesbrands to exit Europe, Outer Banks and imagewear
By Petah Marian | 30 May 2012
Hanesbrands has revealed plans to cut the production of basic apparel used in screen printing, exit its private label business, the Outer Banks sportswear brand and sell its European operations in order to improve margins.
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