US: VF aims to double Asia revenues to US$2bn
By Richard Woodard | 19 September 2012
Apparel giant VF Corporation aims to leverage leading brands such as Timberland and Lee to more than double its revenues in the Asia Pacific region to US$2bn by 2017.
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