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No Relief Seen From Record Cotton Prices

A tight supply-and-demand situation will continue to drive high prices globally and increase pressure on the entire supply chain.

Riccardo Marini, Milano Unica, Pier Luigi Loro Piana, Serikos

Milano Unica Outlook: Uptick Through Innovation

Exhibitors use technology, fresh blends to attract buyers.

Pitti Filati, Lineapiu Cariaggi, Loro Piana, Iafil, Botto Poala

Raw Material Jitters Loom Over Pitti Filati

Despite price problems, Italian fabric firms upbeat about 2011.


Stat Fact: Egypt Import

Value of the men’s and boys’ cotton, wool and man-made fiber slacks and shorts imported from Egypt.

Texworld to Unveil New Format

Mixing of fibers expected to be a key trend.

Première Vision

Première Vision Set to Power Ahead

Upscale fabric show poised to withstand higher costs.

Premiere Vision Preview, Texworld USA, Première Vision Preview New York, Direction by Indigo, Philippe Pasquet, cotton prices, eco-friendly textiles, Quince to Marmelade, Grasim Bhiwani Textiles,

Fabric Firms Eye Slow Rebound

Challenges include ongoing uncertainty in the global economy, exchange rates and the price of raw materials.

Pitti Filati, Loro Piana, Zegna, Baruffa, Todd & Duncan,

Pitti Filati: Outlook High Despite Price Pressures

Economic picture seen improving, but raw material problems persist.

India Textile Parks Project, Brandix India Apparel City Park, Pochampally Handloom park, Gujarat Eco-Textile Park, spinning, weaving and garment processing to hosiery, embroidery, jet looms

India Makes Major Investment in Textile Parks

The government aims to have 40 in operation by the end of next year.

Premiere Vision Preview Texworld USA Kingpins cotton

Cost Issues to Take Center Stage at N.Y. Fabric Shows

Cotton prices and economic concerns are on the minds of buyers and vendors.

Roger Milliken, Milliken & Co., Auggie Tantillo, Globalization, Imports, Hollings

Roger Milliken Dies at 95

Textile titan led industry fights for decades.

Guatemala Labor Practices Under Scrutiny

The country's textiles and apparel industry has rejected U.S. and local trade union claims of significant labor law violations.

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