Mexico curbs textiles contraband
By just-style.com | 19 June 2006
In autumn 2004, Mexico's textiles and apparel industry was struggling to survive under a soaring rate of contraband textile goods. While the trade's sales have since declined by 16%, observers say that more is needed to reduce its negative impact on the industry, one of Mexico's largest employers. By Ivan Castano.
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