CANADA: Higher sales lift Gildan Activewear FY profit 21%
By Petah Marian | 1 December 2011
Canada-based T-shirt and sock maker Gildan Activewear today (1 December) booked a 21% rise in full-year profit, helped by higher sales and selling prices.
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