Pillowtex begins wind down Clock ticks for retail picks

August 2003
Home Textiles Today;8/11/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 46, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the expected closure of Pillowtex Corp. in the U.S. Transfer of operations overseas; Decline of American manufacturing base; Advantages gained by retailers in the closure.


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