Employees of the Sritex textile and garment company sew military uniforms at a factory in Solo in Indonesia’s Central Java Province on Thursday. Sritex, an Indonesian company and one of the largest textile makers in Southeast Asia, employs more than 15,000 people to manufacture military uniforms for about 27 countries, including Oman, Qatar, Australia, Singapore, Brunei and NATO countries.Dec 16, 2012
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