THAILAND: US Expert Helps United Textile Mills Plan For Growth
Thailand's United Textile Mills has just completed a project aimed at increasing production and profitability, and now hopes to expand its business even further. The knitting, dyeing and finishing company, which employs 200 people and exports 70 per cent of its products to foreign markets, turned to ACDI/VOCA, an international development assistance organisation part-funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID), for advice on market and product development.
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