Latest apparel and textile news & analysis in China and Asia
China, the world's top cotton consumer, has announced a significant reduction to its 2015 cotton import quota to boost demand for domestical...
After reporting its return to a full-year profit earlier this week, Hong Kong-listed casual fashion brand Esprit Holdings has outlined the n...
A long-standing investment between two Hong Kong based companies - Crystal Group and Pacific Textiles Holdings - to set up a new fabric mill...
China is to slash its cotton import quotas in 2015 to the mandatory WTO-approved import quota of 894,000 tonnes, in a bid to boost demand fo...
Building the business for long-term growth, but also ensuring that the company has a strong local supply chain in place to deliver on its goals, are among the challenges faced by Andrew Lo, CEO of Hong Kong based Crystal Group, as he continues to build the capacity and competitiveness of one of Asia's largest garment manufacturers.
With a global vendor base of around 6,000 factories working with leading retailers and brands, sourcing specialist William E. Connor & Associates Ltd. has an enviable view into worldwide sourcing shifts. In the second instalment of a two-part interview with just-style, company chairman and CEO William E. (Chip) Connor discusses opportunities, challenges and concerns.
Ongoing minimum wage negotiations for Cambodia's garment workers remain stagnant after a meeting last week "failed to arrive at any consensus".
Authentic Brands Group (ABG) has entered into an agreement with Reliance Brands Ltd to open Juicy Couture stores in India as part of ongoing expansion plans.
The acquisition by Shandong Ruyi Technology Group of China to acquire a majority stake in Pakistan's Masood Textile Mills will no longer take place.
First results from a year-long study into the health and productivity of garment workers has found that more than two-fifths of those surveyed currently suffer from anaemia.
Protesters are due to ramp up pressure on the Uzbekistan government to end the use of forced labour in the country's cotton fields, with a series of demonstrations tomorrow (30 September).
Last week's Interstoff Asia Essential fabric trade fair in Hong Kong was also its final showing, after organiser Messe Frankfurt said it will discontinue the event to focus on mainland China instead.
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