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Government and Trade

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U.S., Italian Customs Team on Fake Luxe Bust

470 seizures of counterfeit products were made in April and May.

China's Wage Growth Leads Asian Gains

Successfully attracting international buyers and expanding export markets will depend on a range of policy choices, according to a new report.

Specialty Stores, Discounters Boost Payrolls in November

Meanwhile department stores trimmed jobs, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's monthly employment report released Friday.

Two Firms Settle ITC Denim Case

Two more companies have settled a denim-technology patent infringement case before the U.S. International Trade Commission.

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Hub Seen Boosting N.Y. Manufacturing

The Manufacturing Innovation Hub will provide research, design, development and manufacturing resources for emerging designers and apparel manufacturers.

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NYC to Invest $3.5M in Fashion Incubator in Brooklyn

City officials today will reveal plans to invest in a new fashion epicenter called the Manufacturing Innovation Hub for Apparel, Textiles & Wearable Tech.

Ex-Luxottica CEO May Enter Politics

Andrea Guerra may be entering the political arena as a strategic adviser to prime minister Matteo Renzi.

Italian and French Industry Groups to Push for Tougher Counterfeit Measures

Sistema Moda Italia's Claudio Marenzi will be in Brussels Wednesday with Indicam's Mario Peserico to meet the presidents of French trade associations.

Companies Endorse EPA Carbon Plan

Over 200 companies sent a letter to President Obama endorsing a plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

DOL Cites Bangladesh, Cambodia for Child Labor

The department has added garments from Bangladesh and textiles from Cambodia to its new “List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor.”

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AAFA Names Award Honorees, Sets Fresh Agenda

The first pillar of AAFA’s re-branding initiative will be the makeover of the Image Awards set for April 27 in New York.

Global Freight Rates Seen Falling in 2015

Downward pressure on freight rates for containerized cargo in major shipping lanes is forcast to continue in 2015.

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