INTERVIEW | Mr Price set to ramp up locally manufactured products to 100 million units

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In the past financial year, the value retailer sourced 79 million apparel and homeware units locally.
In the past financial year, the value retailer sourced 79 million apparel and homeware units locally.
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Mr Price has set a target of upping its locally manufactured products to 100 million units as global supply chain disruptions continue.

In the past financial year, the value retailer sourced 79 million apparel and homeware units locally.

In total, 53% of its products came from southern Africa, with 39.2% manufactured locally, while 13.9% came from the rest of the region. The remaining 40% came from China, while 6.6% was sourced from elsewhere.

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