Top stories this week on just-style include a look at two potential windows of opportunity for the East African cotton-to-clothing supply chain, the EU's looming decision on whether it is pulling Cambodia's duty-free trade benefit, Amazon's release of supplier lists for its own brand products, and the move by MAS Holdings to open a new factory in Kenya.

Has East Africa's clothing chain reached a tipping point?
Two potential windows of opportunity are simultaneously opening for the East African cotton-to-clothing supply chain: the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) and the expected shift of garment production from Asia to Africa.

Amazon discloses supplier list for own brand products
E-commerce giant Amazon has disclosed the names and addresses of suppliers of its Amazon-branded products, including apparel.

EU decision looms on Cambodia trade benefits withdrawal
The European Commission has given the Cambodian government a one-month deadline to respond to its findings on the alleged human rights situation in the country before it decides whether it is pulling its duty-free trade benefit.

Better Work to expand operations in Bangladesh
Better Work, a joint collaboration between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to improve garment worker conditions, plans to expand its operations in Bangladesh.

MAS Holdings set to open a new factory in Kenya
Sri Lankan apparel and textile manufacturer MAS Holdings is set to open a new factory in Kenya in January, that will create between 3,000 and 3,500 jobs directly, according to the head of the Kenyan export processing zone that will host the facility.