VIETNAM: PM Tells Textile Industry To Focus On Growth
Vietnam's textile and garment industry has been told to improve product quality, cut costs and create more jobs if wants to survive in an increasingly competitive world marketplace. Addressing the second congress of the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (Vitas). Prime Minister Phan Van Khai said the industry needed to boost its growth rate and increase its localisation ratio and competitiveness.
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