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Brisbane Factory in Receivership


The Australian textile industry has taken another hit with a local clothing manufacturer being forced into receivership. Brisbane factory workers have no guarantee they’ll keep their jobs and union representatives want the government to do more. Rebecca Kirchner reports.

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