SRI LANKA: M&S opens first green garment plants
By just-style.com | 25 April 2008
Marks & Spencer CEO Sir Stuart Rose today (25 April) paid a one-day flying visit to Sri Lanka to open the world's first 'green' garment manufacturing plants which will supply clothing to M&S stores.
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