Four textile-producing nations join forces to reduce chemical waste

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The governments of Bangladesh, Indonesia, Pakistan and Vietnam have launched a joint $43-million program to manage and reduce toxic chemicals in their textile industries. The four nations account for about 15 percent of global clothing exports and their combined textile sectors employ more than 10 million people. The new five-year ...

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