Minister Praises Wool E.D.C

February 1969
Textile Institute & Industry;Feb1969, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p31
Trade Publication
The article discusses on the accomplishments of the Wool Textile Economic Development Committee (EDC) of Textile Institute in Great Britain. Labor Minister Fred Lee praised the committee for its contribution to the national economic objectives. This contribution was shown by the textile industry's work on Marketing Study which would not be possible without the initiative of the EDC. Lee noted that the future of wool textile depended on the challenges of new markets, modification of its design and production and marketing methods.


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