In Levi factory town in Hungary, promise of globalization fades
Mar 29, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Los Angeles Times
Reporting from Kiskunhalas, Hungary -- Nearly everyone old enough remembers that day when Levi Strauss & Co., whose jeans evoked the rebellious allure of the West for millions of youths trapped in the Soviet bloc, opened its doors at the edge of town and began hiring box men and seamstresses.
“Safe pair of hands”
Since: Nov 08
where the trouble is
sorry to see magayrs not wearing jeans anymore...
perhaps, back to wearing jogging suits just like before when they came to sell meat pies to slovakia ?
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