Worries about Chinese product safety standards spread to the apparel industry last month, when dangerous levels of contamination were found in children’s bibs and pyjamas. There’s a strong possibility consumers will now pause a little longer over the ‘Made in China’ label and, Mike Flanagan argues, this offers new opportunities to China’s manufacturing competitors.
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