In the 1990s, a time of great uncertainty after the so-called “revolution” of 1989, there was more optimism in the air in Bucharest than today.
Then, sector associations and ministries, as well as the National Forecasting Commission, predicted a bright future for the Romanian textile and clothing industry, especially for apparel.
Today, the best news around is that the textile, clothing and leather industry is still a key part of the Romanian economy.
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