Honduras’s textile and apparel sector has attracted $1.5 billion in strategic investments to help transform the country into one of the world’s major players in the booming synthetic yarn and activewear market.
The funds have been used to modernize sewing machines and other equipment, expand industrial parks, improve ports and roads, train workers, and build renewable energy facilities.
Source: Textile World
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