GERMANY: Clothing Companies Threaten To Exit China - Paper
Several German clothing companies are threatening to switch their production from China to other countries in Asia due to the ongoing exports row between China and the EU, according to the Die Welt newspaper.
Gerry Weber International AG has said it will move elsewhere to quota-free countries, while Tchibo Holding AG and Hugo Boss AG have all said they are considering changing their sourcing partners.
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