CHINA: Green Textiles Make A Difference For Esquel
The world's leading cotton shirt manufacturer, the Esquel Group, says it is using environmentally sound technologies along with traditional techniques in its production and manufacturing. Company chairman, Marjorie Yang, says the move to "green" has proved profitable, and has repaid outlay. She said "Since the world's demand for green textile products is growing, we believe we can remain competitive while improving the standard of living in our community at the same time."
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