MOZAMBIQUE: Textafrica Collapses, Hundreds Lose Jobs
Hundreds of workers at troubled Mozambique textile giant Textafrica are to lose their jobs and the company to close, the country's state news agency reported on Monday. State media said the firm, which once employed more than 3,300 workers, and its parent company, Portugal-based Multiplier Group, could not afford to buy any raw materials.
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