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  • Eco-minded Aussies call for revival of local textiles
  • Eco-minded Aussies call for revival of local textiles
    Ori Song (2019) ©
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Eco-minded Aussies call for revival of local textiles

Although Australia produces 90% of the world’s best apparel wool, it hardly processes any of it. As demand for local manufacturing strengthens and the pandemic highlights an over-reliance on other countries, calls for a local manufacturing revival are gaining momentum.

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