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'Significant deterioration' in Myanmar’s labour market in H1 2021: ILO, Myanmar
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Labour market conditions in Myanmar has witnessed 'significant deterioration' since the military coup in February, according to estimates by the International Labour Organisation (ILO), which recently
Global Call to Action for COVID-19 recovery at ILO Conference, Switzerland
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Delegates from 181 countries representing governments, workers and employers at the International Labour Conference (ILC) recently unanimously adopted a Global Call to Action for a Human-Centred
UK, US strike deal on Airbus-Boeing tariff dispute, United Kingdom
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The United Kingdom has struck a deal with the United States on the Airbus-Boeing dispute. After talks between UK international trade secretary Liz Truss and US trade representative Katherine Tai in
Global fibre production likely to rise 34% by 2030: Textile Exchange, Global
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Global fibre production decreased from 111 million tonnes (MT) in 2019 to 109 MT in 2020 after years of growth, according to a market report. While it is not yet clear how the pandemic and other
ILO calls for resilient OSH systems for future emergencies, Bangladesh
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Countries need to put in place sound and resilient occupational safety and health (OSH) systems that would minimise the risks for everyone in the world of work in the event of future health
DPIIT releases quality control norms for leather footwear, India
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The department for promotion of industry and internal trade has released quality control norms for leather footwear, including anti-riot shoes to contain imports and production of sub-standard
Indonesia imposes ADD on RMG products, Bangladesh
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Indonesia recently imposed anti-dumping duty (ADD) equivalent to a maximum of Tk 956 per piece on import of 134 types of apparel products for three years. The Indonesian trade ministry's Committee on
Global trade of home textiles slightly down , Global
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The global export of home textiles increased 1.89 per cent to $95,725.27 million in the year 2019 compared to export of $93,952.83 million in 2017. However, total exports declined 2.66 per cent in
EURATEX, AAFA regret EU-US tariff agreement's narrow scope, Belgium
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Noting the recent progress in eliminating and reducing customs duties on several American and European products on both sides, the European Apparel and Textile Confederation (EURATEX) and the American
WTO signals strong trade rebound but momentum may be short lived, Switzerland
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World merchandise trade volume growth remained strong in 2020 fourth quarter after trade rebounded in the third from a deep COVID-19 induced slump, according to the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
 
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