MYANMAR: Fast Retailing considers garment unit
By Katie Smith | 5 July 2012
Japanese retail giant Fast Retailing, owner of the Uniqlo casual clothing brand, has confirmed it is considering setting up a garment production unit in Myanmar as well as using suppliers there.
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