IAF World Apparel Convention: Quote/unquote - China labour costs
By Leonie Barrie | 7 October 2010
The impact of rising labour costs in China dominated early sessions at the 26th IAF World Apparel Convention in Hong Kong this week. Below are comments from some of the speakers at the event.
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