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Ogier assists Chinese sportswear brand Naibu with listing on AIM Market

April 2012

Ogier recently acted for Naibu, the 10th largest local sportswear brand in China, on its recent £68m listing on the AIM Market. Naibu Global International Company plc and its subsidiaries design, manufacture and supply Naibu branded clothing and accessories through around 2,800 Naibu stores and sales outlets across China.


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