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Bangladesh's textile industry is concentrated in big cities, so rural women often move to find work. Photograph: Munir Uz Zaman/AFP Every morning, mile upon mile of women stream along Dhaka's roadsides, heading towards the city's garment factories.
Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (Smeda) had initiated the program in collaboration with the GIZ, a Germany-based organisation. GIZ, Germany, with Yousaf Naseem Khokhar, Chief Executive Officer of Smeda took place here on Wednesday.
We talk by Skype and they tell me what I should make. According to the National Statistics Committee, manufacturing of textiles and garments in Kyrgyzstan grew by 49.5 percent in 2011 over the previous year. In 2010, the industry grew by 19.1 percent,
Over the past few years, clothes affixed with the label "Made in China" have slowly lost their ubiqu ito us appeal. Clothes labeled "Made in Vietnam" or "Made in Indonesia" now crowd the number of choices available to consumers. One major reason for
Smaller businesses bearing the brunt of global economic woes For Huang Yan this should be the busiest time of the year, when many Chinese companies are usually inundated with Christmas orders from overseas. But one afternoon early this month, Huang
Samsung Group, in cooperation with Shandong Ruyi Group, will invest $21.5 million in Chongqing municipality to build a textile industrial park in Southwest China. Industry experts say Samsung's new investment is aimed at diversifying its production
The walls are as gleaming white, the herringbone parquet floor as flawless as if it were laid last week. On the welcome mat inside the entrance porch, the company crest bears the motto: 'Industry, Inspiration, Cooperation'...There are no people here
Having developed into one of the largest and well established garment and textile machinery and accessories exhibitions in South Asia, the 7th edition of IGATEX Pakistan organized by FAKT Exhibitions Private Limited will take
The textile industry continues to pose environmental challenges for China despite the total number of factories operating in the country shrinking, according to a report released on Monday by five NGOs. Adidas announced plans to close its last
Declining overseas demand, rising costs take toll on exports, profits Domestic textile and garment manufacturers are facing tough times due to declining overseas demand, sharpening domestic competition and rising labor costs. Li Daoyou, a manager at