VIETNAM: Korea's Hansae to build $30m apparel plant
By Ngo Tuan | 12 January 2012
Hansae Vietnam Co Ltd, a subsidy of Korean apparel manufacturer Hansae, has begun construction of its third apparel plant in Vietnam at Tan Huong Industrial Zone in the southern province of Tien Giang.
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