TURKEY: Hugo Boss Disappointed With Izmir Project
By just-style.com | 20 July 2005
German clothing firm Hugo Boss has criticised the Turkish government's tax policy in the country's free trade zones, saying that they have prevented the company from setting up a major production hub in the region.
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