MACEDONIA: Makers see UK retailers as “a good match”
By Leonie Barrie | 23 March 2010
Apparel for UK retailers including Next and Laura Ashley is already made in Macedonia, but local manufacturers hope their close proximity to the market and focus on fast, flexible production will help bring in more business.
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