VIETNAM: NBC begins construction of $2.4m garment plant
By Ngo Tuan | 23 April 2012
An Phat Garment Joint Stock Company (JSC), a subsidiary of Vietnam's leading garment maker Nha Be Garment JSC (NBC), has begun construction on a new $2.4m garment plant.
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