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From Prince Charles to Harrods, refugees target global markets with luxury crafts
by Nita Bhalla

Thomson Reuters Foundation    Translate This Article
11 July 2019

On 11 July 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported: More than 1,500 refugees from 15 countries have been recruited to create a stylish collection of MADE51 products, from cashmere throws with crochet insets to hand-knotted sheep's wool rugs. The brand has already attracted some high profile players -- with Britain's Prince Charles purchasing MADE51 carpets crafted by Afghan refugees, and the exclusive store Harrods of London showcasing their throws by Syrian refugees. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

International trade in artisanal crafts has more than doubled over the last decade -- generating $35 billion in export earnings in 2015, latest U.N. data shows.

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