Government and Trade


Government and Trade

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Sarkozy Calls for Monetary Reform

In Davos, Sarkozy launched a veiled attack aimed at China’s alleged undervalued yuan.

Shanghai, World Expo, Kong Jun, China, tourism, U.S.-China relations, Yu Zhengsheng

Shanghai Readies World Expo

For six months beginning in May, Shanghai will be turned into what might be best described as the world’s largest trade fair.

Satellites Circling China’s Domain: The Year Ahead

In Asia, new regions are beginning to challenge China’s dominance in apparel manufacturing.

People to Watch: Jeff Streader

Jeff Streader, senior vice president of global sourcing for Guess Inc., says China is still the leader of the pack when it comes to apparel manufacturing.

People to Watch: Janet Fox

Janet Fox, chairwoman of the U.S. Association of Importers of Textiles & Apparel, doesn’t expect any significant shifts among the top textile suppliers.

Gordon Yen

Hong Kong’s Kingpins: The Year Ahead

Executives from Hong Kong’s leading sourcing companies discuss their experience during the year past and their outlooks for 2010.

Shipping: The Year Ahead

Ocean carriers, faced with rising fuel prices and low freight rates, are still girding for potentially massive upheaval.

Retailers See Regulatories Reforms as Misplaced: The Year Ahead

While shift in Senate puts legislation in jeopardy, trade groups see potential burdens as misplaced.

Designers Lobby in Washington for Garment District

Designers Yeohlee Teng, Nanette Lepore and Stan Herman arrived in D.C. to raise political awareness about efforts to preserve New York’s Garment District.

China's GDP Jumps 8.7% in '09

Economists say the country's economy is back on track but serious trouble spots remain.

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.

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