GERMANY: Puma seeks lower taxes on synthetics in green push
By Petah Marian | 9 October 2012
Puma chairman Jochen Zeitz has called on governments to reduce import duties on synthetic materials in an effort to to encourage companies to switch to making greener shoes and clothing.
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