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  • Bangladesh

    85% of Bangladesh factory repairs completeSubscription

    News15 November 2017

    Garment factories under the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety have completed 85% of all required repairs, in its fourth year of operating.

  • David Nieper sewing school

    David Nieper to invest in new fabric-printing facilitySubscription

    News14 November 2017

    Womenswear brand and manufacturer David Nieper has outlined plans to set up a new fabric-printing facility at its base in Derbyshire.

  • Brexit web

    Why fashion needs an orderly BrexitSubscription

    Features6 November 2017

    As the UK government attempts to secure a transitional deal to ease our exit from the European Union, we explore how this could benefit the fashion and textiles industry.

  • Bangladesh

    Bangladeshi government greenlights Accord extensionSubscription

    News30 October 2017

    The Bangladeshi government has given the Bangladesh Accord on Fire and Building Safety the go-ahead to operate for another three years.

  • Vietnam sourcing

    Good sourcing, VietnamSubscription

    Features27 October 2017

    Vietnam is evolving as an attractive sourcing destination for clothing and footwear retailers, even against the broader shift to “near shoring” for speed to market. Drapers finds out why

  • sir david metcalf

    Avoid factories that undercut workers, says rights tsarSubscription

    News26 October 2017

    The government should consider enforcing an embargo on goods made in factories that fail to pay workers the minimum wage, director of labour market enforcement Sir David Metcalf has said.

  • pure origin

    Pure London launches sourcing showSubscription

    News24 October 2017

    London trade show Pure is launching a new sourcing event, which aims to provide a “gateway” for international manufacturers to break into the UK market.

  • Regent street jpg

    Industry hits out at Brexit workforce flightSubscription

    News11 October 2017

    Retailers and manufacturers have criticised the lack of certainty surrounding Brexit, which has resulted in some European Union workers leaving the UK, causing a skills gap and workforce shortage.

  • asos

    Asos and New Look meet with Leicester factory regulators Subscription

    News9 October 2017

    Representatives from New Look and Asos have met with more than 50 representatives of textile industry regulators and enforcement agencies to discuss stamping out unethical practices in factories in the Leicester area.

  • theresa may

    Hard Brexit to cost UK manufacturers £17bnSubscription

    News2 October 2017

    Manufacturers throughout the UK will be hit by a £17bn fall in revenue following a hard Brexit, a new report has found.

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