China's clothing makers juggle losing clients or profits
By Wang Fangqing | 28 June 2011
Faced with soaring wages and an appreciating local currency, Chinese clothing makers are being forced to make a hard choice - keep clients or make profits. So far, the answer seems to be clients.
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