TURKEY: Istanbul Textile To Invest $1m
Textile firm Istanbul Textile has announced plans to invest over $1m (1.1m euros) to increase the capacity at its ready to wear plant in Bulgaria.
The plant, which opened in 1998, exported $10m (10.5m euros) worth of textiles during 2000 and is expecting to increase exports to $18m (19m euros) during 2001.
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