Nike, Under Armour Supplier in Taiwan Hints at Apparel Deal With Amazon
Amazon could be expanding in Taiwan.

Eclat Textile, Taiwan's leading apparel maker which counts Nike Inc. (NKE) and Under Armour Inc. (UAA) among its clientele, has hinted at a partnership with Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN)  in order to drive growth, the Nikkei Review reported Tuesday. 

"We will start to ship to a new e-commerce customer at the end of August. For this year, the e-commerce customer will account for roughly 0.5% of our revenue only ... but the trend is definitely going up in the next few years," said Eclat Chairman Hung Chen-hai, according to the Review. 

Hung did not name Amazon specifically, but analysts the Review talked to say that he is referring to the U.S. company. 

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