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Wang Fangqing | 3 Feb 2014

Chinese textile and clothing industry exports are expected to grow by at least by 8% year-on-year in 2014 thanks to the recovering US and European Union (EU) markets. But challenges remain for Chinese manufacturers.


Wang Fangqing | 3 Feb 2014

Chinese textile and clothing industry exports are expected to grow by at least by 8% year-on-year in 2014 thanks to the recovering US and European Union (EU) markets. But challenges remain for Chinese manufacturers.


Wang Fangqing | 3 Feb 2014

Chinese textile and clothing industry exports are expected to grow by at least by 8% year-on-year in 2014 thanks to the recovering US and European Union (EU) markets. But challenges remain for Chinese manufacturers.


Ashma Kunde | 27 Mar 2013

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 further inroads are increasingly focusing on lower-tier cities for growth.

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Katie Smith | 1 Dec 2014

Lower sales of its core down apparel products combined with weaker margins resulted in a double-digit profit decline for Bosideng International Holdings Ltd during the first half.


Katie Smith | 1 Dec 2014

Lower sales of its core down apparel products combined with weaker margins resulted in a double-digit profit decline for Bosideng International Holdings Ltd during the first half.


Katie Smith | 1 Dec 2014

Lower sales of its core down apparel products combined with weaker margins resulted in a double-digit profit decline for Bosideng International Holdings Ltd during the first half.


Katie Smith | 18 Jul 2014

China's largest down apparel company, Bosideng is implementing cutting room technology from Lectra to help improve the efficiency of its operations.


Katie Smith | 30 Jun 2014

China's largest down apparel company, Bosideng International Holdings Ltd has said it will streamline its organisational structure after reporting a 32.6% slump in annual pre-tax profit.


Katie Smith | 30 Jun 2014

China's largest down apparel company, Bosideng International Holdings Ltd has said it will streamline its organisational structure after reporting a 32.6% slump in annual pre-tax profit.


Katie Smith | 30 Jun 2014

China's largest down apparel company, Bosideng International Holdings Ltd has said it will streamline its organisational structure after reporting a 32.6% slump in annual pre-tax profit.


Michelle Russell | 15 May 2014

Gao Dekang, the CEO of China's largest apparel group Bosideng, has stepped down from his role, to be replaced by Dr Liang Sheuh-Hvei.


Katie Smith | 29 Nov 2013

China's largest down apparel group, Bosideng International Holdings, has managed to book a 3.1% rise in first-half profit, despite falling sales and "trying times" in China's apparel industry.


Katie Smith | 29 Nov 2013

China's largest down apparel group, Bosideng International Holdings, has managed to book a 3.1% rise in first-half profit, despite falling sales and "trying times" in China's apparel industry.


Katie Smith | 29 Nov 2013

China's largest down apparel group, Bosideng International Holdings, has managed to book a 3.1% rise in first-half profit, despite falling sales and "trying times" in China's apparel industry.


Katie Smith | 15 Oct 2013

Clothing company Bosideng International Holdings, China's largest producer of down apparel, is to buy UK retailer Greenwoods Menswear for CNY40m (US$6.5m) to strengthen its presence in the country.


Katie Smith | 15 Oct 2013

Clothing company Bosideng International Holdings, China's largest producer of down apparel, is to buy UK retailer Greenwoods Menswear for CNY40m (US$6.5m) to strengthen its presence in the country.


Katie Smith | 15 Oct 2013

Clothing company Bosideng International Holdings, China's largest producer of down apparel, is to buy UK retailer Greenwoods Menswear for CNY40m (US$6.5m) to strengthen its presence in the country.


Petah Marian | 28 Aug 2013

The International Apparel Federation (IAF) has secured a number of speakers from some of the largest Chinese apparel and textile companies for its upcoming World Fashion Convention.


David Green | 22 Jul 2013

The Chinese government's 'Going Out' strategy of external investment will see the shift of some production overseas to lower cost countries, especially in Southeast Asia.


David Green | 22 Jul 2013

The Chinese government's 'Going Out' strategy of external investment will see the shift of some production overseas to lower cost countries, especially in Southeast Asia.


David Green | 22 Jul 2013

The Chinese government's 'Going Out' strategy of external investment will see the shift of some production overseas to lower cost countries, especially in Southeast Asia.


Leonie Barrie | 28 Jun 2012

Clothing company Bosideng International Holdings Limited, has reported a 12.6% jump in full-year profit thanks to growth from both its down and non-down apparel businesses.


Petah Marian | 30 May 2012

Chinese clothing retailer Bosideng is to open its first international flagship store and European headquarters in London, in a move that marks the beginning of a major expansion programme.


Leonie Barrie | 31 Oct 2011

Clothing company Bosideng International Holdings Limited, China's largest producer of down apparel, has bought the Jessie ladies' wear brand as part of a deal worth CNY892.5m (US$140.4m) to diversify its business.


Leonie Barrie | 31 Oct 2011

Clothing company Bosideng International Holdings Limited, China's largest producer of down apparel, has bought the Jessie ladies' wear brand as part of a deal worth CNY892.5m (US$140.4m) to diversify its business.


Leonie Barrie | 31 Oct 2011

Clothing company Bosideng International Holdings Limited, China's largest producer of down apparel, has bought the Jessie ladies' wear brand as part of a deal worth CNY892.5m (US$140.4m) to diversify its business.


Leonie Barrie | 31 Oct 2011

Clothing company Bosideng International Holdings Limited, China's largest producer of down apparel, has bought the Jessie ladies' wear brand as part of a deal worth CNY892.5m (US$140.4m) to diversify its business.

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