As cotton costs cool will garment prices fall too?
By Leonie Barrie | 4 August 2011
After more than a year grappling with soaring cotton costs, can apparel retailers, brands and manufacturers expect some relief now that prices are on a downward trajectory? Not according to industry executives, who suggest cotton is just one of a number of challenges faced by clothing companies when weighing up their pricing strategies for the year ahead.
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