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The Fiber Price Sheet: June 24, 2014

The last Tuesday of every month, WWD publishes the current, month-ago and year-ago and fiber prices.

Target Scaling Back Cambodia Production

Cambodia's commerce minister revealed that the retailer has reduced its orders in the Southeast Asian nation over labor unrest.

Central American Textiles See Big Losses From TPP

Central America is increasingly nervous about Vietnam’s participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

California Market Center, Los Angeles Fashion Markets,

Seeking the Right Stuff in L.A.

The trade show scene here has seen a wave of new entrants of late, while long-running shows have also been honing their game.

KENNETH KUNBERGER, International Textile Group, Cone Denim, Burlington WorldWide, Made in America, ITG,

Kenneth Kunberger Aims ITG for New Heights

The president and chief executive officer wants to take the best of the past and combine it with the future.

New Safety Effort Launched for Bangladesh Mills

Huntsman Textile Effects and GIZ GmbH are joining forces to raise industry standards in the management of chemicals by textile mills in Bangladesh.

Commerce minister, Tofail Ahmed , bangladesh

Q&A: Bangladesh Commerce Minister in U.S.

Commerce minister Tofail Ahmed talks with WWD about the changes that have taken place and the next steps.

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First U.S. Interfilière Fair to Debut

The first Interfilière textile and lace trade fair in the U.S. will be staged in New York City in mid-September

invista, cordura, artistic milliners, cindy mcnaull, denim, performance fabric

Cordura Adds Performance Denim

Invista's Cordura brand fabric has collaborated with Artistic Milliners for new denim innovations with technical performance features.

unifi, repreve recycling center, yadkinville, premium value added, roger berrier

Unifi Expanding Repreve Plant

The company is expanding its Repreve Recycling Center, which opened in Yadkinville, N.C., four years ago.

AAFA Tackling Product Safety Priorities

The organization held a seminar to address the complicated guidelines and stipulations that exist at the federal and state levels regarding product safety.

Cotton Set to Meet Challenges

With global economies still in recovery mode, consumers are minding their spending, making it challenging for more-expensive materials such as cotton.

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