MEXICO: Carnaval implements item-level RFID tags
By just-style.com | 7 October 2009
Children's fashion and textiles designer Carnaval de México has begun one of the country's first item-level RFID tagging projects for apparel, and plans to use to technology to track and trace more than one million garments a year.
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