ANALYSIS: Do stimulus packages help the garment trade?
Recent attempts by the governments of many garment-making countries to stimulate their economies have led to a new wave of protectionist sentiment. But the exact opposite is true for the clothing and textile industry. In the past six months, more countries have torn up more barriers to international clothing and textiles trading than ever before. The challenge, says Mike Flanagan, is keeping track of the bonfire of regulation.
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