JAPAN: Kanematsu to sell 55% textile share to Li & Fung
By just-style.com | 6 March 2007
Kanematsu Corp has reached an agreement to sell a 55% stake in wholly-owned subsidiary Kanematsu Textile Corporation to the investment arm of Hong Kong-based trading group Li & Fung.
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