US: Jones Group and Delta Galil end jeanswear talks
By Petah Marian | 9 January 2012
Talks to sell The Jones Group Inc's jeanswear division to Israel-based apparel and lingerie maker Delta Galil have broken down, the two companies said today (9 January), after they failed to reach "mutually acceptable terms" for the deal.
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