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Bangladesh Lost Wages Protests Intensify

After more than seven days of protests, workers of the Tuba Group took their anger to the streets on Tuesday.

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Africa Summit Stresses Commercial Appeal

The time is ripe for investment in the African continent, and the White House assembled a U.S.-Africa business forum Tuesday to drive that point home.

Bangladesh, workers, wages, hunger strike, protest, back pay, Tuba Group, Dhaka, Tazreen Fashions, BGMEA, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturer and Exporters Association

Bangladesh Workers Protest Over Wages

A 24-hour deadline to make back payments to 1,500 workers in Dhaka created a deadlock on Sunday in talks to end a workers’ hunger strike.

Colombiamoda, Textiles 2, Moda Para el Mundo, sourcing fair, proexport, designers, medellin, Ricardo Vallejo,

Colombiamoda Marks 25th Anniversary

The event, which hosted 29 runway shows — including 16 new designers — generated $221 million in potential business opportunities.

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Outdoor Retailer Preview: Yoga, Ath-leisure Set the Pace

At the upcoming trade show, the unofficial slogan for exhibitors might be: Let’s get physical — and fashionable.

Miami Swim Week, SwimShow, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim, Cabana, Salon Allure, Swimwear Association of Florida, Swimwear retailing

Swim Market Sees Expanded Categories and Trends

Buyers got quite a workout by the end of the mammoth Miami swim week.

Texworld, Premiere Vision, PV, Spinexpo, Karine Van Tassel, sourcing, global, manufacturing, textiles, apparel, made in usa, made in america, china, bangladesh, vietnam, TPP, walmart, wal-mart, Gildan, Unifi, Lenzing, Tencel, Modal, CAFTA, Guatemala, Philippe Pasquet

Production Playing Field Leveling Out Worldwide

A more democratic era has emerged in global sourcing thanks a series of events and shifting buying patterns.

China, Prada, Alex Misseri, Razorfish, manufacturing, counterfeits, imitation, tong kuan, look alike, logos, fakes, legal, Taobao, Michael Kors, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Alibaba,

The Changing Chinese Aesthetic

A new, subtler form of imitation products is emerging from the country’s factories.

Milan Trade Shows at a Glance

A look at what's going on at the shows.

Bangladesh Alliance Releases First Annual Report

Labor activists remain encouraged but critical.

Pitti Filati, Cariaggi, Cristiana Cariaggi, Pitti Immagine, Botto Giuseppe, Silvio Botto Poala, Florence, yarn fair, textiles, trends, outlook, spinners

Performance Yarns Pop at Pitti Filati

Encouraging signs of recovery were registered at the three-day yarn fair, as spinners used innovation to spur sales at home and abroad.

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Who's Next Attendance Slips in Paris

Attendance at the July edition of the trade show was down 17 percent year-on-year.

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