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De Beers Reports Strength in Global Diamond Demand

U.S., China lead 2013 sales gains while India and Japan see declines.

British Fashion Council Pushes for 'No' Vote for Scotland

As decision day nears, both the BFC and British Vogue’s editor Alexandra Shulman are urging the fashion industry to take a stand on the referendum.

Tokyo Shaken by Strong Quake

The epicenter was northeast of the capital.

Workers United Sets Cambodia Wage Campaign

The union is launching its first major global campaign for “living wages” on Wednesday.

Nicaragua Seeks U.S. TPL Extension

Nicaragua has stepped up pleas for the U.S. to extend its crucial tariff preference-level provision before it expires at the end of the year.

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'Fashioned in America' Opens in Phoenix

The Phoenix Art Museum has created an exhibition called “Fashioned in America,” to highlight the value of supporting U.S. design and manufacturing.

Trade Friction With Russia Grows

Details about new sanctions against Russia were released, while threatened counter-sanctions against Western imports of autos and textiles were reported.

Gildan Makes Dow Jones Sustainability Index

Following a best-in-class approach, the indices measure the performance of the world’s sustainability leaders.

Officials Call for More Oversight on Cyber Attacks

Retailers are facing a troubling trend of more sophisticated cyber attacks, despite stepped-up efforts to thwart data security breaches.

U.S. Apparel Production Up 3.9 % in Q2

The sector outperformed the average growth of 3.5 percent in global apparel production, a United Nations report said.

Manufacture NY Awarded Obama Fund Grant

The fashion incubator and factory for independent designers, has been named one of 50 national winners of a U.S. Small Business Administration award.

Sales of Italian Apparel Show Signs of Recovery

Export turnover within the E.U. rose 4 percent to 1.2 billion euros, or $1.5 billion at current exchange rates, in the first four months of 2014.

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