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Eurofins’ organic cotton identification services get recognition, Luxembourg
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Eurofins Softlines & Leather and Eurofins GeneScan announced that their organic cotton identification services got global recognition. GeneScan’s GMO testing for cotton products, a part of organic
US apparel-textile brands coalition to produce face masks, United States Of America
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A coalition of iconic American apparel brands and textile companies, responding to the urgent call of the White House for medical supplies, have come together to quickly build a supply chain and
Countries heed call to ratify labour conventions: ILO, Switzerland
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Sixty one nations have ratified International Labour Organisation (ILO) conventions or protocols since 2018, following a call for every member to ratify at least one international labour standard to
NCTO urges govt not to defer tariffs on finished apparel, United States Of America
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The reported US plan for a 90-day delay on most-favoured nation tariffs that is being pushed by the importing and retailing industries would defer certain tariffs, including those on finished apparel,
Pandemic likely to hit women disproportionately hard: WTO, Switzerland
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Although the economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic is still emerging, early evidence suggests that the pandemic is likely to hit women disproportionately hard, according to a recent report by the World
Devan’s R-Vital multivitamin meets Oeko-tex’s Standard 100, Belgium
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Devan, a developer of speciality chemicals, has announced that its latest technology, R-Vital multivitamin, meets the requirements of Standard 100 by Oeko-tex (Class II). This multivitamin blend is
NCTO opposes efforts to remove tariffs on finished items, United States Of America
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Welcoming the US administration's proposals on an economic stimulus package to gird the economy against the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the National Council of Textile Organisations (NCTO)
NCTO ready to help mitigate impact of coronavirus outbreak, United States Of America
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The National Council of Textile Organisations (NCTO) have been in touch with US government officials to help identify US textile suppliers to provide surgical masks and other items to help contain the
World merchandise trade to fall sharply in H1 2020: WTO, India
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The volume of world merchandise trade is likely to fall precipitously in the first half of 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts the global economy, the WTO Goods Trade Barometer released this week
BCI Task Force reviews Better Cotton Standard system, Switzerland
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The Task Force on Forced Labour and Decent Work, formed in April 2020 by BCI, have reviewed the current Better Cotton Standard System globally. The aim of the Task Force group was to highlight gaps
 
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