The Philippines: value-added sourcing
The Philippines is one of the world's top 20 apparel exporters. But without the advantages of low labour, quota-free access to the US and EU, or even an indigenous raw textile industry, its manufacturers are instead focusing on value added relationships with customers. Niki Tait paid a visit to PROfil, an initiative that aims to project the Philippines as a one-stop sourcing centre, to find out about the country's apparel export industry.
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