NICARAGUA: Conference stresses CAFTA collaboration aims
By just-style.com | 21 June 2006
The apparel industry in the CAFTA-DR area has the potential to grow its share of the US market from 10% to 20% - but only if the countries involved start working together, according to speakers at the recent Apparel Conference of Americas.
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