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November 05, 2014
A woman examines the quality of a jacket at the headquarters of a major used clothes importer in Tiszakanyar,...
TISZAKANYAR, Hungary
A woman examines the quality of a jacket at the headquarters of a major used clothes importer in Tiszakanyar...
A woman examines the quality of a jacket at the headquarters of a major used clothes importer in Tiszakanyar, northeast of Budapest, October 31, 2014. The global financial crisis hit hard in central and eastern Europe, but one industry has thrived: second-hand clothing stores. While in western Europe the squeeze on household finances prompted many consumers to turn to discount retailers like Primark, their peers further east - where wages are significantly lower - have shifted to the used clothing sector. Second-hand clothes retailers in Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria and Croatia have grown rapidly and, as the pace of income convergence between the West and Eastern Europe slows, they are investing millions of euros to expand their businesses further. Picture taken October 31, 2014. To match story EASTEUROPE-CLOTHING/ REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE EMPLOYMENT)
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