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Old April 5th, 2003, 22:40
doron doron is offline
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Most of the clothing we buy are coming from China/Far-East. Can we be sure that the SARS virus is not coming along with these clothings?
What happened if one of the workers has the virus while he handle the garment?

Shouldn't we blocked the coming shipments till we verify the problem????
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