PORTO, Portugal – Portugal’s textile industry is closely monitoring the developments in the future of the European Union, including Brexit, as its heavily relying on the European market, Paulo Vaz, Director General of ATP, the Textile and Clothing Association of Portugal, told New Europe in Porto on 15 March.
A European “identity crisis” could affect Portugal’s textile industry, as Europe is its main customer, Vaz said, noting that international sales are almost 80%. “We have to follow these ...
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