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Sourcing 2050: As China Goes, the World Follows

The long-term outlook for global apparel sourcing rotates around one country – China – although no longer as just “the world’s factory.”

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Trump Risks Trade Escalation with China over IP

President Trump has taken a first step toward calling out China for alleged intellectual property rights violations—which could also end up being the first shot in an all out trade war.

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Vietnam Remains Second Only to China in Sourcing

The Trans-Pacific Partnership might be dead, but Vietnam remains a strong second to China on the sourcing landscape.

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TradeNews

AGOA Talks Conclude Without Concrete Outcomes

A meeting to discuss the African Growth & Opportunity Act (AGOA) last week concluded without any real resolution, though the consensus seems to be the trade preference program is underutilized.

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Cargo Imports Set to Hit New Monthly and Annual Records

Boosted by continuing sales growth, August is expected to be the busiest month on record for imports at the nation’s major retail container ports.

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Lifting of State of Emergency in Ethiopia Could Open Door for Sourcing

The Ethiopian government’s lifting of a 10-month-long national state of emergency should help put it back on track to continue to attract investment from textile and apparel firms and other industries.

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