The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at how innovative apparel software is making sure brands have the tools to deliver into the future, how a water pollution crackdown in China is hitting textile firms, and the largest RMG industrial park to open in Bangladesh.

Water pollution crackdown hits China textile firms
Upstream textile and finishing suppliers to China’s mighty clothing industry may face a struggle to survive following the release of the government’s ‘Water Pollution Prevention and Control Action Plan.’

UPDATE: Fears expressed over Cambodia trade union law
The International Labour Organization (ILO) says it "stands ready" to help the Cambodian Government with its draft law on trade unions, after labour rights groups this week expressed their fears that it "fails to meet international standards."

SOURCING: Taking stock of TPP in apparel supply chains
As debate intensifies in the US on the passage of legislation seen as key to paving the way for a fast-track vote on the long-awaited Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), analysts are also weighing up the implications.

Bangladesh’s largest RMG park to open within three years
Bangladesh will set up its largest ready-made garment industrial park at Gazariain Munshiganj within the next three years, it has been revealed.

Spotlight on...Lectra helps fashion firms face the future
The fashion industry is changing - faster than ever - as firms face intense pressure to produce more styles in less time, without losing sight of quality, fit and cost. On top of this, the growth of new fashion markets in emerging countries, and increasingly connected consumers, add additional challenges.