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The Kohls textile factory, the world’s biggest, was once one of the world-renowned textile companies.

It has now been bought by an American firm.

It is the latest in a string of corporate mergers in the textile industry, which is struggling to adapt to a global market dominated by big Western brands.

The textile industry employs nearly 1 billion people and employs nearly one billion people worldwide, with the United States accounting for over half of global employment in textile manufacturing.

In the past decade, India has seen the industry shrink by more than 15 per cent.

But Kohls is no stranger to controversy.

In April last year, it was accused of stealing the design of the popular book “Cinderella” by plagiarising a Chinese character.

In January this year, the company’s founder, Hari Kunzru, was arrested for embezzlement.

And in October last year a court found the company guilty of defrauding a Malaysian businessman of $2.4 million.

The textile industry is not alone.

The number of foreign manufacturers in India has shrunk by more a third since 2009 to more than a million.

It is now estimated to have fewer than 1,500 active textile factories.

But the industry has faced a slew of challenges over the past three decades, including a lack of competition, the proliferation of cheap imported products, high labour costs, and rising energy costs.

The company, which was established in 1872, has been a major player in the country’s textile manufacturing for decades.

The company has more than 70,000 employees in six states including Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, and Tamil Nadu.

The number of jobs in the company is around 4,000, but the number of employees is shrinking as workers migrate out of the country for cheaper jobs in China.

HibISCUS is a textile company with an industrial design philosophy that combines the traditional textile designs with new technology.

Its fabrics are made from fibres from the flowers of different plants and plants of different species.

The products are made using eco-friendly, biodegradable technologies, including microfibres and bio-degradable materials, to improve the environment and the environment’s health.

HIBISCUS was founded by three brothers in 1969, but it was founded in 1871 by Hari, who is a retired professor of architecture, a renowned architect and a former director of the National Institute of Design and Technology.

The brothers now have seven children and their business, based in New Delhi, employs around 3,000 people.

According to industry figures, India accounts for over 90 per cent of the global textile exports, with China accounting for another 25 per cent, followed by South Africa at 11 per cent and India at 7 per cent each.


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