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Saturday, September 9, 2017
Li & Fung’s Spencer Fung describes how the role of agent is evolving, pricing is changing and new services are coming online to accommodate new customer demands. (Read More)
There’s been a flurry of activity in the U.S. textile industry of late–an indication that interest in U.S.-made materials and manufacturing continues to grow.
With output projected to increase by 4 percent to 6 million tons, India will remain the world’s largest cotton producer in 2017-18, according to a new report on global stocks from the International Cotton Advisory Committee.(Read More)
In keeping with the trend of current things in trade, President Trump seems to be seriously considering quitting KORUS, the free trade agreement between South Korea and the United States, as soon as this week. (Read More)
The global manufacturing recovery should keep up its momentum, but disruptions caused by Hurricane Harvey will warp August and September output data, according to an analysis by IHS Markit.(Read More)
Lululemon is working harder on what’s working best and looking to new markets to get yogawear to consumers quicker.(Read More)
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