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Death in the textile industry
by Transport and General Workers" Union, Textile Group .
Written in English
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The country has greater confidence to take on the competition from developed countries and has attracted global. an historian with a special knowledge of the Lancashire textile industry, and Professor Peter Solar, who shared his detailed research of the English textile industry, also provided invaluable information.
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Using macro-level data, the book analyses determinants of domestic demand and challenges the general perception that the growth of the industry was primarily driven by an 1/5(1).
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