Dely, a French women’s shoe manufacturer acquired by Italian interests...

Dely, a French women’s shoe manufacturer acquired by Italian interests in 1999, has been placed in receivership. The company, which employs 173 persons, has six months to come up with a viable financial recovery plan. Calzaturificio Gallo and an Italian entrepreneur, Marcello Barani, had bought Dely and other assets from ...

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