Hong Kong’s footwear firms stride out
By just-style.com | 28 March 2007
Footwear remains one of Hong Kong's biggest export categories, despite the fact that shipments dropped last year following healthy gains in 2005. EU anti-dumping duty and the relocation of much production to mainland China have taken their toll, although local companies are confident that quality and innovative designs offer the key to the future, as Vicky Sung reports.
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