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Inglese releases eight new shirts similar to Hatoyama
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Jun '10
Following former Japanese Prime Minister, Yukio Hatoyama's insult to Italian shirt manufacturer, G Inglese's collectible in April, the manufacturer has launched his latest collection, Premier, in the market.

These multi-coloured patchwork shirts have been introduced in to the market so as to remove the disgrace from its corporate name, after the former Japanese Prime Minister's insult to the brand, in April, averred an official.

Angelo Inglese, President of the high-end shirt manufacturer, based in Southern Italian city of Ginoso, said that, eight new varieties of superior quality checked shirts have been introduced in to the market, to remove the dis-honour on his company name.

Apparently, the patchwork shirt that Hatoyama had worn during the month of April was reported to be of G Inglese brand. However, the company's President informed during a press conference in May, that, Hatoyama had not donned his company's produce and had also announced that Hatoyama's shirt was of inferior quality.

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