VIETNAM: Mystery UK Knitwear Firm Invests $5m In New Plants
Hundreds of jobs are set to be created in Vietnam as a mystery UK knitwear firm invests around $5 million in three new plants, it was revealed on Monday. Asia Pulse said the first factory will be built in Quang Trung handicraft and small industrial park in central Binh Dinh province and cost $1.5m. It is expected to employ around 500 people.
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