Honduras apparel industry says business as usual
By just-style.com | 23 July 2009
Despite still being engulfed in a political crisis three weeks after the Honduran president was forced into exile, business in the fourth largest apparel supplier to the US market has largely continued as usual, industry sources have told just-style. Factories continue to work without disruption and orders are going out on time, as Leonie Barrie reports.
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