THE FLANARANT: Is supplier liquidity the next sourcing challenge?
By Mike Flanagan | 11 August 2011
For many in the global garment supply chain the recession that 's been hanging over the West has scarcely caused a dent in most Asian countries' growth. But it now looks as if many in Asia are about to be hit by a new problem - a serious liquidity crisis among many textile and garment businesses.
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