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Swift global warming slows down textile industry

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Feb '07
Global warming is not only adversely affecting the environment, but is also leaving a significant impact on the textile industry.

Due to global warming, sales of winter clothes have drastically declined and it has emerged as a major concern for retailers.

Almost 30 percent of retailers faced loss of their capital and those having huge stock were affected most.

Now companies are planning to restructure within a microeconomic scope.

Chairperson of Turkish Clothing Manufacturers' Association Aynur Bektas pointed out that companies would not be able to resolve this problem on their own and Government should provide full support.

Some of the producers are already going to produce common collection, instead of producing separate ones for winter and summer.

Moreover, retailers dealing in brand products were more affected than the other retailers.

Even this problem will increase soil erosion, which will radically shift poverty line negatively.


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