HONG KONG: Li & Fung names Rockowitz chief executive
By just-style.com | 18 May 2011
Hong Kong-based global sourcing giant Li & Fung Limited today (18 May) named Bruce Rockowitz group president and chief executive as part of a management reshuffle aimed at positioning the firm for future growth.
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