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Guatemala Eyes $4B in Fabric Investments

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Guatemala expects to draw $4 billion in fabric investments, notably synthetic yarn, as it looks to boost exports to neighbors such as Nicaragua and Honduras to help them scale apparel shipments to the U.S. “We are looking at $4 billion in textile investments from zero last year,” Alejandro Ceballos, president of top trade lobby Vestex,…

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