Successful sourcing in 2006
The phase-out of quotas in 2005 presented the global garment industry with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rationalise the way it does business. But instead of giving consumers the greatest retail price reductions in history, it failed. The problem is that after all these years, we are still buying not sourcing, says David Birnbaum.
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