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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
Indonesia launches Decent Work Country Programme 2020-2025, Indonesia
Responding to the fast changing world of work in Indonesia, including the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the country recently launched a Decent Work Country Programme 2020-2025. Its three priorities
Germany's €14.5 mn to ILO to aid COVID-hit garment workers, Switzerland
The German ministry for economic cooperation and development is giving €14.5 million to an International Labour Organisation multi-donor programme to help garment sector workers hit by COVID-19 in
China tariffs by US broke global trade rules: WTO panel, Switzerland
A World Trade Organisation panel has ruled that the US tariffs on $200 billion worth Chinese goods are illegal. The three-person panel said the US duties broke global trade rules as those applied only
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
US NCTO welcomes Senate passage of infrastructure bill, United States Of America
The National Council of Textile Organisations (NCTO) in the United States recently welcomed passage of a bipartisan infrastructure bill in the US Senate that will provide billions of dollars in new
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
Proposed amendments to raise US content in federal purchases announced, United States Of America
The United States has decided to raise US-made content in government purchases and bolster critical supply chains. President Joe Biden has announced the most robust changes to the implementation of
Pandemic likely to hit women disproportionately hard: WTO, Switzerland
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
Bangla RMG units' orders saw 81% contraction in Apr: WTO, Switzerland
The pandemic has exposed Bangladesh's garment sector's sensitivities by destabilising global supply chains and leading to a decline in demand. Orders received by factories there declined by 45.8 per
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