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Myanmar’s Garment Sector Could be Vastly Improved in Three Years

A consortium of government organization, labor groups and academia has launched a three-year project in Myanmar to improve the work environment in the country's garment sector.

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#ReplaceNAFTA Day of Action Drives Call for Successful Renegotiation

The North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations are on thin ice these days with the United States’ unpopular demands stirring dis-ease among the parties, but leaders at the Capitol are rallying to get the renegotiations back on track toward a deal.

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WTO Says Trade Restrictive Measures Actually Fell in 2017, but Protectionism Remains a Threat

Notwithstanding the headlines and rhetoric about greater protectionism in trade this year, the World Trade Organization said countries are holding back on trade restrictions, despite the apparent uncertainty.

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India’s Denim Mills Cry the Blues Over Duty Drawback Cuts

India’s denim sector is weighing in on the controversy that followed the government’s cutting of drawback duties for exporters, joining the industry call for remedy.

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Will Cambodia Become a More Challenging Place to Source Apparel?

Cambodia has been enjoying a relative climb up the manufacturing value chain, according to the World Bank, but the country’s now facing a deteriorating political climate that has the potential to plague its growing garment industry.

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Vietnam Looks to Scale up Apparel and Footwear Production Ahead of EU FTA

With TPP on the rocks and the U.S. out whether TPP 11 happens or not, Vietnam has its efforts focused on preparing for more robust trade with the European Union. Vietnam and the European Union have been working on the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA)……...

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Footwear a Growth Leader for Cambodia’s Exports, as Economy Expands

Increased exports of footwear, electrical machinery, equipment and auto parts has helped Cambodia’s economy remain strong, but growth is projected to ease to 6.8% in 2017 from 7 percent last year, according to a new World Bank report.

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Myanmar Signs Trade Agreement with EU Chamber of Commerce

The Myanmar government's trade promotion body has signed a deal with the European Chamber of Commerce to boost bilateral trade and investment from European countries.

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