THE FLANARANT: Arab unrest and its impact on the apparel industry
By Mike Flanagan | 8 March 2011
When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989 it triggered events which indirectly led to garment and textile manufacture leaving rich countries. Is the current unrest in the Middle East likely to create anything so transforming? The answer may well be "yes," says Mike Flanagan, but not in the same way.
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