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WTO goods barometer confirms steep drop in trade, Switzerland
World merchandise trade likely registered a historic fall in 2020 second quarter, according to the latest goods trade barometer of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), a gauge of trends in global
81 mn jobs lost as COVID-19 creates turmoil in APAC: ILO, Thailand
Massive drops in working hour due to the COVID-19 crisis have had a devastating effect on jobs and incomes in Asia and the Pacific according to a new report by the International Labour Organisation
Pandemic to put massive downward pressure on wages: ILO, Switzerland
Informal workers' wages have witnessed steeper cuts than formal workers in recent times even while countries have deferred the minimum wage hike during the pandemic, according to a recent report by
National test standards for spacer fabrics in Germany, Germany
Germany has come out with its first national test standards for spacer fabrics, developed by the Institut für Textiltechnik of RWTH Aachen University (ITA), in a joint project NormATex
NCTO, textile executives back Jul implementation of USMCA, United States Of America
Lauding US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer for setting July 1 as the implementation date of the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, textile executives are stressing the critical importance of moving
JFWO cancels Rakuten Fashion Week Tokyo 2020 A/W, Japan
Japan Fashion Week Organization (JFWO) has decided to cancel the ‘Rakuten Fashion Week Tokyo 2020 A/W’ (RakutenFWT 2020 A/W), which was scheduled to be held from March 16-21. JFWO made this decision
US textile firms retooling production to produce PPE: NCTO, United States Of America
In US factories, textile companies are retooling production virtually overnight to produce personal protective equipment like hospital gowns, face masks, shoe covers and scrubs and the industry is
9.2% fall in retail trade in 2020, 7.2% rise in 2021: WTO, Switzerland
The World Trade Organisation has forecast a 9.2 per cent fall in the volume of world merchandise trade for 2020, followed by a 7.2 per cent rise in 2021. The projected decline is less than the 12.9
US AAFA welcomes order for duty deferral, NCTO concerned, United States Of America
The American Apparel & Footwear Association welcomed the partial duty deferral offered by the US administration, saying more needs to be done to help US businesses survive the COVID-19 crisis. The
Indonesian garment-textile unions, employers sign pledge, Indonesia
Four garment and textile unions and three employer associations in Indonesia recently signed a commitment to promote safety, health and welfare of workers and business sustainability. The declaration
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