Government and Trade


Government and Trade

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U.S.-made Apparel Prices Rise in December

Overall PPI also up in the month.

hsbc, valentino, bulgari, bank accounts, Herve Falciani, stolen

Italian Designers Allegedly on HSBC Swiss Bank List

Hervé Falciani, a former employee, pocketed files of bank accounts in 2008 with the intention of selling the information.

Beige Book Cites Strong Holiday Sales

Post-Christmas blizzard curtailed otherwise robust selling period.

India Textile Parks Project, Brandix India Apparel City Park, Pochampally Handloom park, Gujarat Eco-Textile Park, spinning, weaving and garment processing to hosiery, embroidery, jet looms

India Makes Major Investment in Textile Parks

The government aims to have 40 in operation by the end of next year.

Premiere Vision Preview Texworld USA Kingpins cotton

Cost Issues to Take Center Stage at N.Y. Fabric Shows

Cotton prices and economic concerns are on the minds of buyers and vendors.

Joe's Jeans to Pay $158K in Back Wages

Company's contractor did not pay its workers the appropriate minimum wage and overtime required by law.

Institute for Supply Magagement, AAFA, Labor Dept., jobs, Konheim, VF Corp., HMX LLC, Hanes Corp., True Religion Apparel, Carhartt,

U.S. Apparel Manufacturing Showing Signs of Life

A confluence of issues is pointing to an uptick in domestic production.

exxon, gas prices,

Year Ahead: Fuel for Thought

Crude oil prices have been rising and prices at the pump along with them.

U.S. Looks To Settle Mexican Shipping Dispute

Department of Transportation releases preliminary proposal for ending a standoff over cross-border trucking program.

Congress, Obama, Dave Camp, South Korea, U.S. Association of Importers of Textiles and Apparel, Thea Lee, AFL-CIO, China, currency,

New Congress Faces Range of Industry Issues

Many fear gridlock, but international trade could provide common ground for the legislators.

South Korea, China, Trans-Pacific Partnership, Doha, currency manipulation, Intellectual property rights, American Apparel & Footwear Association

Trade Winds Could Be More Brisk in 2011

Trade negotiations — such as the new regional free trade agreement called the Trans-Pacific Partnership — are a priority for the Obama administration.

Roger Milliken, Milliken & Co., Auggie Tantillo, Globalization, Imports, Hollings

Roger Milliken Dies at 95

Textile titan led industry fights for decades.

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