MEXICO: Textile Industry On The Road To Recovery
Mexico's textile industry lost 32,000 workers in 2001 but it is now on the road to recovery with more than 8,000 jobs created in the first half of this year and brighter times just around the corner, industry chiefs said on Monday. Officials from the national textile industry chamber, CANAINTEX, said although second quarter textile output fell 2.9 per cent from the year-ago period, output was higher than the previous two quarters.
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