just-style's research roundup
Featured research from just-style's research store this week includes the Clothesource Guide to apparel trade regulations, a look at apparel sourcing in Asia, and a Nike SWOT analysis.
Regulation and trade policy
The Clothesource guide to apparel trade regulations 2013 edition
This edition of the Guide looks at the rules imposed by Japan, Canada and Australia as well as the EU and US. The Guide looks at the commercial significance of those rules to the garment and textile industry.
Trade and trade policy: the world's leading clothing exporters and key
markets, 2nd quarter 2012
This report provides vital data and analysis highlighting the important role played by the world's key clothing export sources and their main destination markets.
Apparel sourcing in Asia - forecasts to 2016
Beginning with a global overview, the report reviews the main drivers and looks at consumption trends of Asia-produced apparel in the main Western markets of the EU, United States and Japan.
Apparel sourcing in Latin America - forecasts to 2016
With current and future trends analysed and predicted, this latest sourcing report from just-style provides a complete overview of this key sourcing region and will update you on the most important issues influencing apparel sourcing in every major South American country.
Clothing and footwear retailing in Asia-Pacific: Market Guide to 2016
The report provides a top-level overview and detailed category insight into the operating environment for the Clothing and Footwear Retailing market in the Asia-Pacific.
Clothing and footwear retailing in the Middle East: Market Guide to 2016
Details on the trends and drivers within the market in the Middle East are provided in this report. It includes quantitative information (historic and forecast market values), segmented at category level.
Kurt Geiger Verdict company briefing
This profile takes a look at Kurt Geiger's share of the footwear market and market share predictions for 2012? It looks at how the new US owner, The Jones Group has opened doors for the retailer in terms of international expansion.
NIKE, Inc: Retail - company profile, SWOT & financial report
The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, swot analysis, business description, company history, key competitors, financial analysis, key employees, company locations and subsidiaries as well as employee biographies.
Apparel sales in the Asia Pacific region are continuing on a golden growth trajectory despite a slowdown in China. Domestic brands are continuing to hold their own, and foreign brands intent on making...
Four months after lawmakers in Oregon approved legislation that tax rules would not change for companies making new investments in the state, sportswear giant Nike is to expand its headquarters in Was...
Human rights activists have called on Nike to stop doing business with Daewoo International, which they claim is the largest processor of forced labour cotton in Uzbekistan....
Efforts by a group of US apparel brands and retailers to persuade the Peruvian government to repeal legislation that allows the use of short-term contracts in the country's garment industry have, as y...
The Guatemalan government has agreed to enforce its labour laws - finally resolving a complaint filed in 2008 by the US government under the Dominican Republic-Central America Free Trade Agreement (DR...
The development and availability of an innovative waterless dyeing system is set to accelerate with the decision by Ikea GreenTech to join Nike as an investor in the company behind the new technology....
Indian online fashion retailer Myntra has acquired San Francisco-based virtual fitting room developer Fitiquette to help improve the shopping experience for Indian consumers....
- DENIM DAYS: Jeans innovation bursting at the seams
- Rana Plaza two years on: Challenges and concerns
- Australian brands lack supply chain visibility
- Adidas pushing self-governance for suppliers
- How will TPP emerge from fast-track trade bill?
- Gap’s woes “not so easy to fix”
- Myanmar garment workers strike deal
- Under Armour hailed "next global athletic company"
- Cotton growers facing “neglect, abuse and poverty”
- Authentic Brands acquires Jones New York