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Published on Thursday, 14 September 2017

Otto Group tops CmiA cotton sales

Written by Chris Remington

HAMBURG – Cotton made in Africa (CmiA) has revealed that Bonprix, part of the German Otto Group was the biggest buyer of its cotton in 2016 with multi-channel retailer Tschibo and then the Rewe Group following closely behind via its EWE, Penny and Toom Baumarkt outlets. Other notable buyers of CmiA’s cotton included Asos, Bestseller and Engelbert Strauss.


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