ROMANIA: Turkish Textile Firms Set To Relocate
Romania is set for an influx of Turkish textile firms who are fleeing the country due to the economic crisis in Turkey. Four companies, Yesim Tekstil, Kula Mensucat, the Orka Group and Sarar are among the companies interested in relocating. The economic crisis has already hit the textile industry. Producers registered a nine per cent export decrease since the beginning of this year.
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