Malaysia makers to focus on quality to achieve growth
By Jonathan Dyson | 19 February 2013
Malaysia's textile and clothing industry is planning to focus on three key areas - higher value fashion, dyeing and finishing, and technical textiles - to sustain strong growth and continue to compete with significantly lower-cost competition elsewhere in Asia.
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