just-style management briefing: Sourcing winners and losers in 2011
By Keith Nuthall | 19 December 2011
Garment-making countries had a number of hurdles to overcome in 2011, ranging from the Arab Spring revolts to natural disasters like floods striving to disrupt supply chains. But while some buckled under the weight of this pressure, others really came into their own.
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