Looking East For a Cure
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Looking East For a Cure

Tel-Dan textiles, which produces goods for Pier One, had 900 workers at its peak. But the souring economy has whittled its work force down to 200 through attrition. Its owners now see more promise in Asian markets.Video by Pailin Wedel for The Washington Post

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