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Textile industry

27 Feb
Bangladesh's garment manufacturers and workers are suffering as the coronavirus pandemic has soured long-term demand and big fashion brands continue to cancel orders.
14 Nov 2019
Why FG should revamp Nigeria's textile industry - Sen. Barkiya
29 May 2019
Nigerian textile industry stands at N10bn.
27 Sep 2018
As Nigeria's textile industry anticipates fresh funding of about two billion dollars from a Memorandum of Understanding signed with a Chinese firm Rui Group, Hamma Ali Kwajaffa, Acting Director General of the Nigerian Textile Manufacturers Association Lagos joins CNBC Africa to discuss ways to improve the growth of the sector.

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