UK retailers eye domestic manufacturing skills
By Joe Ayling | 15 April 2011
UK retailers including Arcadia Group have made the headlines this week over the possibility of bringing some sourcing back home. Meanwhile, a factory in North London is proving that manufacturing in the UK still has legs, through a tie-up with internet retailer Asos.
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