×
166
Fashion Jobs
HR CAPITAL CONSULTING
General Manager Operations- Garment Export
Permanent · National Capital Region
THE GLOBAL ZONE HR SERVICES
Production Manager/ Manufacturing/ Engineering/ Engineer/ Production
Permanent · National Capital Region
ADD UR CO LLP
Production Manager
Permanent · Chennai
ADD UR CO LLP
Logistics Manager
Permanent · Chennai
PEEPAL HR ASSOCIATES (OPC) PVT LTD
Ceo Textile Business (Please Read The jd Before Applying)
Permanent · Hyderabad
VERUSCHKA
Social Media And PR Specialist
Permanent · MUMBAI
VERUSCHKA
E-Commerce Manager
Permanent · MUMBAI
H&M
E-Commerce Commercial Manager
Permanent · NEW DELHI
H&M
Area Facility Manager
Permanent · NEW DELHI
SAROJ JALAN
Marketing Strategist
Permanent · KOLKATA
ADD UR CO LLP
Production Manager
Permanent · Chennai
THE GLOBAL ZONE HR SERVICES
Production Manager/ Supervisor/ Incharge
Permanent · Pune
PUMA
Manager - Digital Marketing
Permanent · Bengaluru
THE BANYAN HR CONSULTS
Brand Manager For Leading Women's Wear Garments CO at Coimbatore
Permanent · Coimbatore
GLAN MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY
Senior Buyer Lingerie (Knits Western Wear) - Retail Brand
Permanent · GURUGRAM
JOB INDIA
Asst. Manager E-Com Operations (Garments Retail) Gurgaon
Permanent · Faridabad
VASTRAKALA EXPORTS
Quality Manager
Permanent · CHENNAI
MINT AND MILK COMMUNICATIONS
Senior Account Executive
Permanent · MUMBAI
PUMA
Manager- Buying (Apparel)
Permanent · Bengaluru
PUMA
Manager- Business Intelligence
Permanent · Bengaluru
PUMA
Manager- Trade Compliance
Permanent · Bengaluru
LEVI'S
Technical Product Manager
Permanent · Bengaluru
By
Reuters
Published
May 23, 2010
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Renown to become unit of China textile firm

By
Reuters
Published
May 23, 2010

TOKYO, May 23 (Reuters) - Japanese apparel maker Renown Inc (3606.T) has entered final talks with China's Shandong Ruyi to become a unit of the Chinese textile company, business daily Nikkei reported on Sunday 23 May.


Photo: www.renown.com

Ruyi will acquire a roughly 40 percent stake in Renown, investing about 4 billion yen ($44.44 million) and becoming Renown's leading shareholder through a third-party allocation of shares, the Japanese newspaper said.

Once the deal is completed, Renown, which has struggled to shore up its finances partly due to weak department sales, will become the largest Japanese company to be absorbed by a Chinese firm, it added. ($1=90.00 Yen) (Reporting by Yoko Nishikawa; Editing by Jerry Norton)

© Thomson Reuters 2022 All rights reserved.