Karingana wa Karingana founder on scaling up the textile industry

East African countries announced plans to phase out importation of second-hand clothing from Western countries by 2019, a move disputed by the U.S. CNBC Africa spoke to Wacelia Zacarias, founder of Karingana wa Karingana a textile brand domiciled in Lusophone Africa, who gave a different perspective on scaling up the textile and fabric industry.

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