Here are last week’s top trending stories on Just Style:
Brands urged to take responsibility for garment workers in Sri Lanka
Research by the Clean Clothes Campaign reveals that workers in Sri Lanka have not been receiving the Emergency Relief Allowances meant to alleviate the country’s current economic crisis.
Week in Review: China garment suppliers are ‘back’ – but did they really go anywhere?
The main sourcing opportunities and challenges shared with Just Style at the recent Fashion Sourcing show in London revealed China’s garment suppliers are back on the international stage with a bang – but is it all smoke and mirrors?
India’s apparel sector to boost merchandise exports to US$1tr by 2030
India’s apparel sector is expected to help significantly boost the country’s merchandise exports to US$1 trillion over the next seven years, according to the AEPC.
New natural performance cotton technology unveiled
Fibre52’s patent-pending sustainable technology aims to revolutionise the way cotton is prepared and dyed.
Pou Chen reportedly axing 6,000 jobs at Vietnam shoe factory on weak demand
Nike and Adidas footwear supplier Pou Chen Corp has reportedly axed 6,000 jobs at its Vietnam factory citing weak demand.
California introduces Act for responsible textile disposal and reuse
US Senator Josh Newman has introduced a new Act in California to responsibly tackle textile and clothing waste in a bid to promote circularity.
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