Here is a roundup of the top five most-read articles on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.

US: Charged Cotton helps lift Under Armour Q1
The launch earlier this year of a high performance 'Charged Cotton' line has helped sportswear maker Under Armour Inc to a 68% jump in first quarter profit the company said this week.

UK: Primark feels the pinch despite H1 profit rise
UK value fashion retailer Primark said its first-half revenues grew by 11% thanks to new store openings and a 3% rise in like-for-like sales, but warned of "continued weakness" in the UK retail market.

COMMENT: Can China avoid Japan's economic fate?
Japan, once the roaring tiger of Asia, has been replaced by China as the symbol of Asia's economic prowess. But while China is using similar policies and practices to drive its economic miracle, can it avoid falling into the traps that ended up dooming Japan? asks David Birnbaum.

Textile and clothing firms investing in Ethiopia
The progressive policies and investment incentives offered by the Ethiopian government are going some way to encourage global textile giants to relocate their businesses to the country. Some of the projects that have materialised involve Ayka, Saygin and Nepsa from Turkey, Spintex from India and a business agreement with two US firms, writes Professor Raosaheb Chavan.

INDIA: Boosts tariff-free apparel trade with Bangladesh
India is to increase the number of apparel items it imports tariff-free from Bangladesh as part of a number of measures agreed to promote trade and economic co-operation between the two countries.