TradeNews

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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TechnologyReport

Five Innovations to Watch in Retail Payments

From closed-loop cards to digital wallets, here’s the innovations that will drive retail payments in upcoming years.

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Raw MaterialsReport

Report: The Truth About Organic Cotton and its Impacts

Hoping to quell misconceptions about organic cotton and its differences from the conventional kind, Textile Exchange released a Quick Guide to Organic Cotton. The fact sheet, out Friday, points to organic cotton as a preferred fiber, or one that is ecologically and socially progressive, and outlines exactly why.

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FashionNews

The Week in Denim: NPD: US Denim Sales Rebound in 2016

The NPD Group reported Tuesday that the $13.5 billion U.S. women’s and men’s jeans market has rebounded from recent challenging times, growing sales 4 percent in 2016. Plus, Paris-based men’s label, 13 Bonaparte, is making a foray into womenswear through denim.

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TradeFeature

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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