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Textile industry

23 Oct
EU policymakers remain divided over how best to deal with the ongoing energy crisis. High prices are affecting households and businesses across the bloc, including Italy's storied textiles industry, as our correspondents report.
27 Feb 2021
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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