By the old mill run, jobs and companies go under

February 2004
Business North Carolina;Feb2004, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p60
Presents an update on the textile and apparel industry in North Carolina in 2003. Closure of Pillowtex Corp.; Information on the plants closed by VF; Discussion of the trade restrictions imposed by the U.S. against China.


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