Mar 28, 2005 Issue #29
While the rest of the textiles-producing world views China as the unfettered dragon poised to swallow up the global market, China's manufacturers believe their industry is not yet in condition to capture as much share as it might. China's home textiles companies continue to lag in three key areas, according to Yang Donghui, chief director of the China Home Textile Association.
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- Home Depot Has Goal of Growth in '05
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- Retail Briefs
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