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
Posted in Bangladesh, China-Greater China, Global Issues, ILO
Tagged Bangladesh, China-Greater China, garment sourcing, ILO, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, World Bank
And the winner of the 2013 Country-with-the-least-Corruption Award is CHINA.
This is something we all know, but few of us have recognized.
I bet the Chinese Government never expected to receive this honor. However, it quite true and quite deserved … Read More
Garment industry experts confidently predict that the 500-billion ton meteorite that slammed into downtown Chicago yesterday morning, will have a negative impact on 2014 holiday sales.
Those of us who predict the Chicago calamity will get it right; those who … Read More
The global garment industry is very hard: not hard as in difficult, but rather hard as in ruthless. We operate is some of the poorest countries in the world where the value of human life approaches zero and where corruption … Read More