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Euratex Says Uncontrolled Brexit Would Have a Grave Impact on the Textile Sector

A smooth Brexit. That's what the European Apparel & Textile Confederation Euratex is advocating in the hopes of keeping the intertwined supply chains of Europe and England functioning.

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Is the CAFTA Trade Deal Untouchable or Are We In For a Change?

So far, the Trump Administration has been relatively quiet on CAFTA-DR and manufacturers in Central America and the Dominican Republic have been quietly counting their blessings.

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Is the US Looking to End AGOA?

Sub-Saharan Africa has both been the land of sourcing opportunity and the land where trade was most likely to remain close to status quo amid other potential adjustments to U.S. agreements.

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Moody’s Touts Bangladesh Garment Sector as Growth Vehicle

The garment sector in Bangladesh has faced its share of struggles, but a new report by Moody's Investors Service said further growth could be on the horizon.

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Retailers Tell USTR What They Want From NAFTA

There’s been much ado about NAFTA, and before the Trump Administration gets to the negotiation table, retailers want trade leaders to know what they need from the agreement.

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EAC Waives Tax on Textile Imports to Boost Local Production

Looking to boost help their domestic industries, the six nations that comprise the East African Community have agreed to a three-year tax waiver of import duties and value added taxes on textile raw materials, fabrics and accessories that are not available locally.

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