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SOUTH AMERICAN SHOWS ENTICE U.S. TEXTILE FIRMS

Byline: Jim Ostroff

WASHINGTON -- Trade shows in South America are an increasing lure for U.S. textile firms.
As countries there have moved to democratic,...

– May 28, 1997

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ROBINSON RESIGNS AS AVON PRESIDENT

Byline: Soren Larson

NEW YORK -- After deciding that his career at Avon is not moving forward, Edward J. Robinson resigned as the company's president and chief operating...

– May 28, 1997

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THE FAIR GAME
THE TRADE SHOW SCENE IN EUROPE CONTINUES TO CHURN, AS ORGANIZERS TRY NEW FORMATS AND STRIKE UP NEW ALLEGIANCES. HERE, REPORTS FROM FOUR KEY AREAS.

Byline: James Fallon / Katherine Weisman / Ruth Benoit...

– May 28, 1997

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JH COLLECTIBLES TO PAY CREDITORS 43 CENTS UNDER PLAN

MILWAUKEE -- JH Collectibles Inc., which filed a Chapter 11 petition in October 1996, will pay unsecured creditors 43 cents on the dollar under its liquidation...

– May 28, 1997

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CORRECTION

A photograph of two women on page 14, May 27, carried an incorrect caption. The women are Liz Spinner and Susan Mita of Springs Industries.

– May 28, 1997

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MATSUI SEES SUCCESS FOR WHITE HOUSE STAND ON CHINA'S MFN

Byline: Joyce Barrett

WASHINGTON -- In the face of opposition from House minority leader Rep. Richard Gephardt (D., Mo.), Rep. Bob Matsui (D., Calif.),...

– May 28, 1997

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SUZY

Byline: Aileen Mehle

New York's most beautiful young couple -- don't argue -- Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece and Princess Marie-Chantal, held sway over the New York City Ballet's Spring Gala at the New...

– May 28, 1997

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TRENDY, CASUAL FIZZLE, SENDING BRIDGE FIRMS BACK TO THE CLASSICS

Byline: Janet Ozzard

NEW YORK -- Whoops.
For virtually every bridge company, the trendy looks of spring's early deliveries -- flare-leg...

– May 28, 1997

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GUESS, HOLDERS SET FOR UNITE AT 1ST MEETING

Byline: Teena Hammond

LOS ANGELES -- "I think it might be an interesting morning, to say the least," said Paul Marciano of Guess Inc., looking to the firm's first...

– May 28, 1997

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COMMON THREAD

Byline: Jessica Kerwin

LOS ANGELES -- The Fred Segal school of fashion? Two aspiring designers here are both "graduates" of the store: Anke Crispen and Alicia Lawhon became friends while working...

– May 28, 1997

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N. PEAL'S U.S. OFFENSIVE

Byline: James Fallon

LONDON -- N. Peal is renewing its attack on the U.S.
The retailer and manufacturer of Scottish cashmere knitwear is about to open a new American flagship in New...

– May 28, 1997

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OBITUARIES

Kenneth William Duncan
NEW YORK -- Kenneth William Duncan, a retail display and visual merchandising director and architect, died on Sunday at the Mary Manning Walsh Home here. He was 92.
Death was...

– May 28, 1997

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