ANALYSIS: Will China’s new plan end cheap clothing?
By just-style.com | 13 November 2006
China's strategy on foreign investment, outlined in last week's 11th five-year-plan, gives priority to quality investments and schemes to restructure traditional industries such as textiles and clothing. A raft of other new regulations could also mean that China will never again be the cheapest place to find a T-shirt, as Mike Flanagan explains.
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