Businesses find problems, pitfalls in making goods overseas

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NEW YORK — Danica Lause manufactured knitted hats in China for four years and struggled the whole time. “I was unable to achieve the level of quality control our brand… The post Businesses find problems, pitfalls in making goods overseas appeared first onCanadian Business - Your Source For Business News .

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