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WTO Supports U.S. on Punitive Duties

Cases could have implications for apparel and textile industries.

China Bangladesh Cambodia Vietnam

Companies Turn to Vietnam and India for Labor

Due to rising labor costs in China, companies are fine-tuning their sourcing strategies and looking to alternative countries.

Los Angeles International Textile Show GlobalTex, Gisoo Lee, Ilshin Heungsan, Texvision,

Fabric Firms Cope With Costs, Offer Novelty

At the Los Angeles International Textile Show and GlobalTex, fabrics with special treatments softened the blow of higher prices.

Kiton Buys Carlo Barbera Mill

The purchase price for Carlo Barbera was 3.3 million euros, or $4.5 million at current exchange.

House Passes China Currency Bill

Measure to crack down on China's alleged undervalued yuan passes by a vote of 348 to 79.

China Attacks House Bill

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said the bill conflicts with WTO tenets.

Spratt Mulvaney

Textile Champion Spratt in Tough Election Battle

Textile Caucus co-chair John Spratt targeted by GOP.

Fiber Price Sheet: September 28, 2010

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

NRDC, Wal-Mart Team For Clinton Global Initiative

Program to fight textile pollution in China.

Premiere Vision Texworld

Anxiety Permeates Paris Textile Shows

Première Vision attendees were alarmed about the repercussions of surging raw materials costs.

Milano Unica

Mood Improves at Milano Unica

Orders and attendance up at textile fair Milano Unica.

India child labor

Child Labor Issue Rankles Indian Industry

Indian manufacturers concerned about presence on DOL watch lists, while some U.S. companies say information helps them operate responsibly.

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