An introduction to Leather and the Circular Economy

These ten criteria demonstrate why leather is a perfect fit for the move towards a circular economy. CREDIT: WTP

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World Leather is a magazine covering the global leather industry. It is published by World Trades Publishing, based in Liverpool.

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World Leather

World Leather

World Leather is a magazine covering the global leather industry. It is published by World Trades Publishing, based in Liverpool.

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