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The US economy got off to a strong start to the year, with almost every major US retail sector reporting higher sales in January, according...
The US Government has assessed the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka as a "high threat" location for terrorist activity, heightening safety fears fo...
Lojas Riachuelo, Brazil's largest apparel department store chain, has achieved huge savings from gradually reducing its Chinese sourcing to...
President Donald Trump says he is looking at "tweaking" parts of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) pact with Canada, and that...
German sportswear giant Adidas and UK fashion brand Burberry have both been recognised as leaders for their sustainability practices, with Hugo Boss, Kering and Gildan Activewear also receiving recognition.
UK clothing retailer Reiss has named former Next and Abercrombie & Fitch executive, Christos Angelides, as its new CEO in a move it describes as "part of a planned succession process".
A new US$136m project is being launched in New York City to create a ‘Made in NY’ hub for garment manufacturing.
Inspection and certification firm Bureau Veritas is to launch a new suite of Smart Wear testing solutions alongside its engineering and test centre 7Layers.
The potential implications of Brexit on the UK fashion and textiles sector so far appear unfounded, with exports last year rising 7% thanks to innovation and interest in the country's heritage manufacturing, new figures show.
Graphene-based product supplier Directa Plus has secured a European Regional Development Fund grant to fund 40% of a EUR1m (US$1.06m) research project exploring technological innovation in smart fabrics.
Chinese online retail giant Alibaba is collaborating with the country's leading retailer Bailian Group on a strategic partnership it says is designed to boost efficiency and "upend" the traditional manufacturing and supply chain model.
Chemicals manufacturer Huntsman Corporation has offered a positive outlook as it revealed higher earnings and sales in its fourth-quarter, with a solid performance from its advanced materials and textile effects business.
German sportswear brand Puma has promoted Bob Philion to president of Puma North America, following the retirement of Jay Piccola.
French fur company Hotel Particulier, has invested in a new product lifecycle management (PLM) solution to help improve quality and boost time to market.
Online retail giant Amazon has revealed plans to open a new head UK office and create more than 5,000 full-time jobs as it looks to grow its business in the country.
US apparel giant VF Corporation, owner of the North Face and Timberland brands, said it expects revenue to decline in the first half of 2017 after revealing a fall in both sales and earnings for the fourth quarter and fiscal 2016.
The Bangladesh Water PaCT (Partnership for Cleaner Textile) initiative is preparing to launch the second phase of the programme, expanding its focus to the whole value chain, as it revealed its achievements to date.
UK retail sales slipped unexpectedly in January, although clothing and footwear were among the few sectors to see a rise in spending.
The European Union’s controversial free trade agreement with Canada has been approved by the European Parliament, in a move that means the deal could apply provisionally from April 2017.
A group of nearly 100 European trade associations, including those representing textile, apparel and footwear manufacturers, is calling on the EU to implement an ambitious industrial strategy to create more jobs and growth.
Kate Spade may be up for sale after the apparel and accessories business acknowledged it is exploring options as it revealed higher fourth-quarter earnings and sales.
Sporting goods chain MC Sports is to shutter all 66 of its stores across the Midwest, after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection earlier this week.
Austrian cellulosic fibre producer Lenzing has been awarded the USDA Certified Biobased Product Label for its Viscose and Moda fibres, including all their subtypes.
Italian sportswear specialist Pepsow has invested in a new product lifecycle management (PLM) solution to help meet customer’ requirements and support the company throughout the design, development and manufacturing process.
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