Italian Shoemakers Warn About Shutdowns

Italy’s shoe production, which had declined by 5 percent in the 1st half of 2004, is now estimated to have dropped by about 7.5 percent in volume for the full year, according to ANCI, the country’s shoe industry association, with a 6.4 percent decrease in value. Repeating its call for ...

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