Japan’s clothing recyclers find eager markets in Southeast Asia

TOKYO — Japanese used-clothing retailers are keen to increase exports to Southeast Asia. The companies buy unneeded clothes from consumers and resell them at their stores — which used to be mainly in Japan. Lately, however, they are finding that …
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