NORTHERN IRELAND: Action Plan Could Save Ailing Textile Trade
Textile industry leaders have welcomed a new action plan which it is claimed could halt the decline of textiles and clothing in Northern Ireland and lead to the expansion of the industry over the next five years. The plan has been drawn up by a firm of international business consultants, Kurt Salmon Associates, and Northern Ireland's Industrial Development Board (IDB), who have worked together with leaders of the industry to produce a series of proposals.
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