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Mr Kamcev, 46, whose business interests extend to hotels, pharmaceuticals and the media, has a chequered past and has been investigated, but never prosecuted, over allegations of tax evasion and illegal employment of workers, while his love life has been compared to a Latin American soap opera.
Just yesterday he was facing protests in his home country from journalists amid claims that they had not been paid since January.
Samantha Cameron’s new luxury fashion line is made at a factory owned by a controversial Macedonian businessman with links to former Tory chairman Lord Feldman.
Mrs Cameron has teamed up with ‘playboy’ textiles tycoon Jordan Kamcev to produce items for her brand in the Eastern European country, where workers are paid little over £1 an hour.
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This landlocked country has just over half a million population.
The capital city is the little known Skopje, which means watchtower.
Mrs Cameron’s range, called Cefinn, was launched in the UK last week with some items bearing labels ‘Made in Macedonia’.
Inquiries by the Daily Mail have established that they were produced in Macedonia by a firm called Mont.
The textile company has also made items for Next, Monsoon and Laura Ashley and is part of Orka Holdings, the family firm of Mr Kamcev.