US: PPR sells plus size business to private equity firms
By Petah Marian | 6 December 2012
French apparel group PPR has entered into an agreement to sell its US plus size business OneStopPlusGroup to private equity firms Charlesbank Capital and Webster Capital as it works to focus on its luxury and sportswear businesses.
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