By  on November 6, 2011

BANGKOK — Almost 100 Thai apparel makers have been affected by the flooding that has swept the country for the past month and could last for another.

Two of the biggest manufacturers — Castle Peak Holding, which makes outerwear, rain gear and ski jackets, and Nam Yang Textiles, a vertically integrated company that makes textiles and knitwear — were forced to close on Wednesday and could remain shut for two weeks, said Sukij Kongpiyacharn, president of the Thai Garment Manufacturers Association.

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