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Who's signed the Bangladesh '2018 Accord' – Update

Nearly half of the 220 companies who signed the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh have now committed to the new agreement set...

Gaps remain in India's move towards sustainability

India's textile and garment industry is making strides in ensuring ethical compliance and environmental standards in its factories. Yet gaps...

Bangladesh manufacturers make move into lingerie

Lured by a shifting global market and better margins, Bangladesh's apparel producers are rushing into the lingerie space – predicting Chines...

Myanmar facing hurdles in garment industry growth

A few years ago, optimistic observers believed that by 2020 the Myanmar garment industry would employ 1.5m people and generate US$10-12bn in...

Latest Interviews

Esquel CEO emphasises efficiency and sustainability 28 Nov 2017

Wang Fangqing

A leading and long-term supplier to global names such as Marks & Spencer, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike and Hugo Boss, Hong Kong-based shirt manufacturer Esquel Group is testing a new territory as it broadens its sustainable horizons, as vice chairman and CEO John Cheh explains.


Busana expands to build business with leading brands – Interview 17 Aug 2017

Leonie Barrie

For a business that even its chairman Maniwanen Marimutu admits is "low profile," Busana Apparel Group has high ambitions. Here he tells just-style how Indonesia's largest woven apparel exporter is on a drive to expand its domestic capacity, has set up its first factory in Ethiopia, is exploring opportunities in Vietnam, and eyeing new products as it builds the business to lead in each of its categories.

Latest News

Prime Source Forum eyes apparel sourcing issues 16 Feb 2018

Leonie Barrie

The programme for next month’s Prime Source Forum apparel sourcing conference is taking shape, with speakers lined up from around the world to discuss industry issues in China, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Africa and the EU, as well as the ongong digital transformation of the fashion supply chain.


Just 7% of Bangladesh Accord factories fully remediated 16 Feb 2018

Michelle Russell

Many major life-threatening safety concerns still remain outstanding in too many of the factories being monitored by the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, according to its latest update.


Hyosung to make Vietnam global production base 16 Feb 2018

Michelle Russell

South Korean fibre giant Hyosung is to increase its investment in Vietnam for all of its core products, including textiles, as it looks to utilise the country as a global production base.


MAS Holdings in new supply chain logistics venture 15 Feb 2018

Michelle Russell

Sri Lankan apparel and fabric manufacturing conglomerate MAS Holdings has established a supply chain logistics joint-venture aimed at enhancing the company's agility and speed-to-market.


Cambodia clothing factory fainting figures disputed 15 Feb 2018

Poorna Rodrigo

Cambodia's clothing industry has welcomed a reported drop in the number of workers who fainted while at work in garment factories last year – although the decline is disputed by unions.


ILO hails labour reforms in Uzbekistan cotton harvest 15 Feb 2018

Michelle Russell

Child labour is no longer an issue in Uzbekistan's cotton harvest, while forced labour is being systematically addressed, a new report has found.

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