New consultancy to help navigate Americas sourcing
By Ivan Castano Freeman | 6 June 2011
As US and European apparel firms scramble to move some of their Asian production to Central and South America in a bid to offset rising production prices, help is needed to link them to the growing number of factories courting business from these brands.
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