Retailers/suppliers need new vows

January 2004
Home Textiles Today;1/19/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 19, p12
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Reports on the need for U.S. retailers and suppliers to bring about a dynamic change in their relationship, according to Liz Claiborne Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Paul Charron at the National Retail Federation's 2004 meeting in New York. Retailers and suppliers' need to move from an adversarial model to one in which each views the other as a strategic business partner; Possible decrease in prices when quotas limiting imports from China expire in 2005.


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