HONG KONG: Trinity buys UK tailor Gieves & Hawkes
By Petah Marian | 12 April 2012
Hong Kong based Trinity Ltd, part of global sourcing giant Li & Fung, has bought UK men's wear brand Gieves & Hawkes in a deal worth up to GBP92.5m (US$147.6m).
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