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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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TradeFeature

Importer Beware: FOB Prices Out of India Spike 5 Percent

It seems the Indian government is stuck between a rock–complying with global trade rules and its overall tax structure –and a hard place–supporting its apparel and textile industry.

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BusinessFeature

Li & Fung Says Supply Chains Haven’t Been Built for Today’s Demands at Retail

What’s happening in sourcing today could be likened to trying to play MP3s on a record player—it doesn’t work because what’s necessary now can’t be managed with a system that wasn’t designed to handle it.

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Sourcing Summit 2017

Li & Fung on Why Speed is the New Currency

It might be a bit like turning around an ocean liner in a small river, but sourcing giant Li & Fung is adapting to the rapid changes in global manufacturing and retailing.

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Sourcing Scoop: Spencer Fung on the Fate of Li & Fung’s Business in the Face of Accelerating Disruption

Though Li & Fung has been working on its new Three-Year Plan to digitize and speed up the supply chain and its evolution to agent 2.0, the business has still hit on hard times as retail wriggles out of its old skin and into a new life.

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