IMB 2009: Apparel firms seek fast returns from technology
By just-style.com | 27 April 2009
Troubled economic times are forcing apparel retailers, brands and manufacturers to re-evaluate their investments in technology, according to exhibitors at last week's IMB - World of Textile Processing trade fair in Cologne, Germany.
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