Pentland Gets Out Of Private Label

Pentland Group has almost completely stopped handling private-label contracts with footwear retail chains in the U.K. and the USA. This business had become increasingly marginal, reportedly contributing less than £10 million (€12.5m-$17.6m) annually to the turnover of the group. The European anti-dumping duties on Chinese leather shoes made it more ...

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