US: Partex Apparel wins US$1.1m in Gear for Sports lawsuit
By Katie Smith | 11 April 2012
El Salvador based manufacturer Partex Apparel International has been awarded US$1.1m, plus interest, from Gear for Sports which allegedly failed to pay for several shipments of sports apparel.
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