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Dawson International has sold Dawson Home Group, the Manchester-based supplier of bed linen with 53 staff, to Brookmann Home for £4m.
Dawson International is to sell Todd & Duncan, its Kinross-based cashmere yarns business with about 200 staff, to Ninxia Zhongyin of China for about £8m.
Dawson International has bought the John Laing textiles business out of receivership, but the future of the remaining 43 Hawick-based staff remains unclear.
Dawson International is to acquire Dorma, the bed linen manufacturer with two plants in the north west, from Coats for £10m.
Dawson International is to sell Ballantyne, its Innerleithen-based cashmere factory with 200 staff, to a group of Italian investors for £14m.
Dawson International is opening new premises at the Arbroath Business Centre for its Ballantyne Cashmere business, and will recruit 12 collar binders.
Dawson International is planning to relocate its cashmere de-hairing operation from Bradford to Kinross, in a £2.5m investment that will create about 70 jobs.
Dawson International is to sell its Pringle knitwear business to Fang Brothers Knitting of Hong Kong for about £5m.
Dawson International has sold its JE Morgan thermal underwear business in the US to Sara Lee for £60m, in order to reduce debt and focus on its cashmere products.
Dawson International is selling Dawson Fur Fabrics to a new company formed by 3i for £17m, as part of a strategy to dispose of non-core businesses.