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Five Reasons Why African Fabri...

Though China has long been the go-to location for sourcing of fabrics and textiles, East African countries are gradually becoming strong players in the market. Kenya and Ethiopia specifically are

Indonesia’s Textile Exports ...

Indonesia’s textile and apparel industry is a well-established, labor-intensive, export-oriented sector that makes a huge contribution to the country’s GDP and employment. Indonesia has become one of the world’s top

Bangladesh Shows Commitment to...

Bangladesh’s textile and apparel industry represents over 83% of the country’s total exports and more than 45% of employment, making it not only the largest contributor to the country’s export

Tanzania’s Textile and Appar...

The textile and apparel industry in Tanzania is on route to become one of the leading sourcing sectors and foreign investment destinations in Africa. The country’s Textile Development Unit (TDU) praises

Mainstream Retailers Embracing...

With the announcement of their upcoming unisex denim line, Denim United, H&M is making headlines as one of the first major commercial clothing companies to introduce gender neutrality clothing on

Top 10 World’s Largest Appar...

The top 10 world’s largest apparel companies list has seen the luxury fashion house Christian Dior, sportswear giant Nike, and high street fashion retailer Inditex Group being named the world’s

Global Luxury Apparel Market C...

The global luxury apparel market has enjoyed a moderate level of growth over the last five years, and this steady growing trend is set to continue. The total revenue of

Global Sportswear Market is Ge...

    The global sportswear industry has certainly been one of the dark horses in the global textile and apparel market over the recent years: the sales of this comfy

3 Biggest Trends in the Global...

There is no doubt that the global textile and apparel industry has a significant presence in the world’s economies as the textile and apparel supply chain represents over 30% share

Myanmar’s Textile and Appare...

  In the 1990s, sanctions imposed on Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) by the EU and the US badly hurt the economy and caused substantial losses of jobs and profits

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