US: Hartmax files for Chapter 11
By just-style.com | 26 January 2009
Hartmarx Corporation, the US-based clothing group, has filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code. The company said that the action had been taken as a result of a decline in discretionary apparel purchases by consumers and by the company's retail customers.
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