AUSTRALIA: Hugo Boss Decision Sees 120 Workers Axed
Up to 120 workers at a clothing manufacturer in Melbourne are to lose their jobs after German-based fashion house Hugo Boss decided to buy-out the final 50 per cent of its Australian subsidiary.
Flair Men's Wear will make the job cuts when Hugo Boss exercises its option to take full control of the joint venture in the north of the city and closes down its manufacturing operations.
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