TURKEY: Yesim Tekstil expands into Japan
By Leonie Barrie | 17 April 2012
Yesim Tekstil, one of Turkey's largest clothing and textile manufacturers, has expanded its customer base to Japan through a new supply deal with retail giant Aeon.
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