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Will productivity gains offset wage hikes in 2016?

Faced with minimum wage hikes in 2016, many Southeast Asian garment manufacturers are planning to try lifting productivity via ambitious tra...

Wage rises fail to dent Cambodia garment growth

Cambodia's garment industry continued to perform "solidly" in the first half of this year, with growth in employment, exports and factory op...

Is heat stress the next apparel supply chain risk?

Global manufacturing hubs in South-East Asia – including key clothing and footwear producers Vietnam and Cambodia – could see double-digit d...

Brands back Cambodia industry-wide wage bargaining

Nothing less than industry-wide collaboration will work when it comes to creating living wages in the garment industry, unions say, as talks...

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Southeast Asia – a strategic sourcing review 4 Feb 2016

Leonie Barrie

Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar continue to attract huge interest as apparel supply bases – and a new report from just-style aims to make it easier for retailers, brands and importers to evaluate the key advantages and challenges of sourcing and manufacturing in each country.


Vietnam cotton yarn output triples in four years 26 Jan 2016

Michelle Russell

Cotton spinning in Vietnam has tripled over the last four years thanks to rising yarn exports to China, with the country's total mill use expected to reach 5.1m bales in 2015/16.


Vietnam "most promising market" moving forward 25 Jan 2016

Michelle Russell

Despite uneven growth within developing markets during 2015, Vietnam is set to post the highest CAGR in value terms to 2020 within Asia Pacific, a new report has predicted. 


Avery Dennison RBIS opens labelling hub in Vietnam 19 Jan 2016

Michelle Russell

Avery Dennison Retail Branding & Information Solutions (RBIS) has expanded its packaging, labelling and embellishment capabilities in Vietnam, with the opening of a new manufacturing plant to help facilitate the next generation of "Made in Vietnam" products.


Safe worker transport sought after Cambodia crash 15 Jan 2016

Katie Smith

A global union is calling for safe transport for garment workers across the world after five people were killed and at least 68 more injured when two trucks collided in Cambodia's Kompong Spue province this week. 


TPP to benefit Vietnam and Malaysia most by 2030 11 Jan 2016

Leonie Barrie

Vietnam and Malaysia are widely expected to be among the biggest beneficiaries of the recently-agreed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade deal – but a new report suggests there will also be a double-digit rise in Vietnam worker wages by 2030.

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