New York protective suit maker sees growth following Ebola outbreak

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Since the start of the Ebola outbreak, one New York company has seen a huge increase in both interest and sales. Lakeland Industries manufactures the protective suits worn by many of the health care workers in West Africa and at hospitals in the U.S. From humble beginnings, more than 30 years ago, the company now has annual sales exceeding $100 million. CCTV America’s Nick Harper reported this story in New York.


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