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Once Flourishing, Nigeria’s Textile Industry Floundersi
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March 05, 2014 7:52 PM
Nigeria's once-flourishing textile industry collapsed years ago and factories are decaying from lack of use. Some former workers say cheap clothes from China caused the collapse but others blame mismanagement and a lack of government support. Heather Murdock reports from Kaduna.

Once Flourishing, Nigeria’s Textile Industry Flounders

Published March 05, 2014

Nigeria's once-flourishing textile industry collapsed years ago and factories are decaying from lack of use. Some former workers say cheap clothes from China caused the collapse but others blame mismanagement and a lack of government support. Heather Murdock reports from Kaduna.


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