Twenty years ago major garment importers and retailers began to move away from independent agents to set up their wholly owned buying offices.
In those early days, every customer required their middle man (agent or buying office) to perform the … Read More
To start at the beginning, no one in their right mind would go to court in China to recover losses. No matter how egregious the event; how crooked the other parties; or how obvious the fraud, going to court is … Read More
The vote has been taken. The ballots counted. The results are in.
The word for 2014 is INNOVATION.
Not a bad choice.
Innovation is all about change — sometimes planned; often unplanned. For the garment industry, innovation can occur … Read More
I: Major customers are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with their current garment supplying countries.
1. Asian Garment export capacity is falling. This should not come as a surprise. This trend has been developing for some time. (I have … Read More
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