Spotlight on... What is the future for UK apparel manufacturing?
By Petah Marian | 22 March 2012
UK high street retailers have been making a lot of noise of late about increasing their local sourcing. But with the domestic manufacturing sector now just a shadow of its former self, how realistic is such a move? Petah Marian reports.
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