LONDON – Garment production can survive in high wage, developed economies by focusing on non-price competing factors, such as distinct product assortment, cultural heritage, history and traditional craftsmanship. This is the finding of a new paper which analysed the fate of thousands of apparel items produced in a European country over a three-year period.
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