War in Iraq throttles Indonesian textile shipments to Middle East

April 2003
Furniture/Today;4/1/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 30, p220
Trade Publication
Reports on the stoppage of textile shipments from Indonesia to the Middle East in light of the United States' war in Iraq. Impact of the move on the prices of textiles; Diversion of shipments bound for Europe to sail around South Africa instead of through the Suez Canal.


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