Government and Trade


Government and Trade

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Global Output Set for Slow Rebound

A study conducted by the United Nations estimates world trade volume, which fell 12.5 percent last year, will increase 5.4 percent.

U.S.-Made Apparel Prices Flat in December

Wholesale prices for U.S.-made apparel were flat in December compared with November and rose 0.2 percent from a year earlier.

Consumer Prices Rise in December

Retail apparel prices climbed in December compared with the previous month.

Dec. Retail Sales Fall Short of Expectations

Uneven December retail sales results did not give apparel stores, or Wall Street, a green light to celebrate.

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Firms Take Stock After Haiti Earthquake

After Haiti's devastating earthquake that killed thousands of people, apparel companies assessed the situation on the ground.

House Committee Passes Bill on Pricing Agreements

Bill would overturn Supreme Court ruling striking down law.

Kaberuka Sees Production Opportunities in Africa

As global economy improves, continent could attract manufacturing from Asia.

Fed Report Shows Economic Improvement

Most districts showed better retail activity; retail stocks higher.

China Sourcing Fair Plans New Singapore Edition

Global Sources is expanding its network of trade shows.

U.S. Imports Rise in Nov.

While imports to the U.S. rose in November, but U.S. trade deficit is predicted to widen.

U.S. Investigates Cadmium in Jewelry

Dangerous levels of the heavy metal cadmium have been found in children's jewelry.

China's Exports Climb 17.7 Percent in December

Economists warn that much of China’s recovery has come on the back of a massive government spending plan.

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