A textile worker labels items in a clothing factory in Maser

LESOTHO - AUGUST 18: A textile worker labels items in a clothing factory in Maseru, Lesotho Friday, August 18, 2006. Lesotho's clothing industry, the biggest employer in the southern African nation of 2 million people, is making a comeback after being beaten down by Chinese competition, boosted by orders from Gap Inc. and WAL-MART Stores Inc. (Photo by Pieter Bauermeister/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
LESOTHO - AUGUST 18: A textile worker labels items in a clothing factory in Maseru, Lesotho Friday, August 18, 2006. Lesotho's clothing industry, the biggest employer in the southern African nation of 2 million people, is making a comeback after being beaten down by Chinese competition, boosted by orders from Gap Inc. and WAL-MART Stores Inc. (Photo by Pieter Bauermeister/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
A textile worker labels items in a clothing factory in Maser
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