First the mills in Willimantic and Thompson moved to the South …

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and then the mills of North Carolina and South Carolina moved to Mexico and China. Now the wheel turns again, as the textile manufacturing jobs in China move to Vietnam, Cambodia and India. At the prices customers such as Nordstrom’s are willing to pay, Chinese workers are too expensive.

To read the full story from the Wall Street Journal, go here.

 

 

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