ANALYSIS: Emerging exporters eye China market share
By Joe Ayling | 16 April 2010
The export markets of China, Vietnam, Bangladesh and Indonesia will be leading global apparel and textiles hot-spots for the next five years, according to sourcing experts in Asia.
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