UK: 'The Choice Is Yours' Politicians Tell Industry
There is no quick-fix solution to the problems being faced by clothing and textiles companies in the East Midlands. This was the conclusion drawn at a Friday afternoon meeting between representatives from the region's textile and clothing companies and MEPs, politicians, and industry bodies. Delegates heard how competition is likely to get more intense as world trade continues to open up and that garment assembly will continue to shift to low-cost offshore locations.
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