BANGLADESH: Taiwanese shoe firms invest $100m
By just-style.com | 25 July 2008
Three Taiwanese shoe manufacturers have invested around US$100m in new facilities in Bangladesh's export processing zones, where they hope to take advantage of lower costs to make footwear for export to the EU, US and Canada.
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