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ILO campaign spreads COVID-19 awareness among Bangladesh RMG workers, Bangladesh
The International Labour Organisation recently launched a behaviour change awareness campaign to identify and reduce COVID-19 risks faced by readymade garment workers in Bangladesh in their workplaces
WTO members to extend LDCs' TRIPS transition period till Jul 1, 2034, Switzerland
Members of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) reached a consensus on the 13-year extension of the current transition period for least developed nations (LDCs) that was set to expire on July 1 this
Near-shoring limited by manufacturing capacity constraints: ILO, Switzerland
Though EU buyers and the European Commission are exploring more near-shoring through reduction in garment-related trade duties in several countries, near-shoring prospects could be overstated as such
Customisation, circular fashion remain important trends: ILO brief, Switzerland
Design, production and consumption of apparel that increases resale, subscription, renting and reuse of clothes using safe and renewable materials is a growing trend, and the pandemic appears to have
Vietnam surpasses Bangladesh as 2nd biggest garment exporter: WTO, Switzerland
Bangladesh recently lost its rank as the second largest apparel exporter to Vietnam, according to the latest data released by the World Trade Organisation (WTO). Vietnam sold $29 billion worth of
Sourcing by garment brands increasingly moving out of China: ILO, Switzerland
The declining trend of China’s garment exports is in line with the view that the reliance on Chinese garment and footwear production is shrinking, says a research brief by the International Labour
ILO outlines 3 scenarios for Asian garment sector recovery trajectory, Switzerland
Looking to the post-pandemic period, a new research brief by the International Labour Organisation outlines three scenarios of trajectory for the Asian garment industry's recovery: repeat, regain and
Asia's apparel-producing areas to be under water by 2030: ILO study, Switzerland
Large patches of apparel-producing zones in Asia will be under water by 2030, threatening thousands of suppliers with submersion unless they relocate to higher ground, an analysis by two Cornell
NCTO suggests steps for next govt to bolster supply chain, United States Of America
Expressing eagerness to work with the new Congress on advancing bipartisan priorities, the National Council of Textile Organisations (NCTO) has suggested four immediate steps to the Biden
Jordan's garment industry showed 'resilience' during pandemic: Report, Jordan
Jordan's garment industry did not witness the pandemic’s worst impact, proving to be 'relatively' resilient in its adaptability to new trends, according to Better Work Jordan Annual Report 2021, which
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