HONG KONG: Prime Source Forum to shed new light on sourcing
By just-style.com | 14 February 2011
Senior executives from across the global apparel industry supply chain will be heading to Hong Kong at the end of next month for the annual Prime Source Forum, which this year aims to help companies tackle the big issues taking pole position as the economic recovery builds up speed.
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