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FESPA Global Print Expo in October as live event, United Kingdom
FESPA promises to bring colour back with FESPA Global Print Expo, scheduled to take place during October 12-15 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. This will be the first FESPA live event in Europe since
NCTO ready to help mitigate impact of coronavirus outbreak, United States Of America
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
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
ILO, BGMEA, BKMEA launch COVID-19 safety 'Learning Hub', Bangladesh
The International Labour Organisation in partnership with the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association and the Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturers and Exporters Association recently
India proposes customs duty on CAD files for 3D printing, India
Pushing its case for countries to be able to tax electronic transmissions, India recently proposed imposing customs duties on computer-aided design files needed for 3D printing. Electronic
ILO calls for urgent policy measures to support businesses, Switzerland
The continued sharp decline in working hours due to COVID-19 means 1.6 billion informal economy workers, i.e., nearly half of the global workforce, are in immediate danger of losing their livelihoods,
Fespa postpones 2021 Global Print Expo till October 2021, Netherlands
Fespa, a federation of trade associations and an organiser of screen-printing exhibitions, has postponed its 2021 Global Print Expo and the co-located European Sign Expo from March until October 2021,
LDC textile-apparel exporters to see major revenue fall, Switzerland
Exporters in least developed countries (LDCs) in manufacturing industries like textile-apparel may see a significant fall in revenues this year, according to the World Trade Organisation, which said
PRC drops WTO dispute on market economy status against EU, Switzerland
China recently lost a dispute related to its market economy status to the European Union (EU) at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) by allowing the dispute to lapse. The former fought a four-year
WTO sees proof of G20 steps towards open trade policies, Switzerland
Tariff increases, import bans, stricter customs procedures, export duties and other such measures introduced between mid-October last year and mid May this year affected 2.8 per cent of G20 trade,
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