INDIA: Lee Sales Cross $20m Mark In 2004
By just-style.com | 21 June 2005
VF Corporation owned denim brand, Lee, has seen growth of about 30 per cent in India, with sales rising from US$18 million (Rs780 million) in 2003 to over US$23 million (Rs1 billion) in 2004.
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