Did you hear?... Lafuma reorganizes its foreign subsidiary structure

Lafuma has reorganized its foreign subsidiary structure in its three most important foreign markets -- United States, Germany and Great Britain.
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Lafuma has reorganized its foreign subsidiary structure in its three most important foreign markets -- United States, Germany and Great Britain. A French manager will be replaced by managers from each country to become, as Lafuma put it, closer to each national market.

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