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February 19, 2021

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Myanmar coup will hamper apparel sourcing

Brands may seek to move orders to associated factories already in place in Bangladesh and Vietnam

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Brexit impact in UK fashion industry

UK brands demand a radical overhaul of customs arrangements including VAT on all goods shipped into EU.

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Worker’s death at Indian apparel factory resurfaced vulnerable working condition and lack of brand responsibility

Global brands are not even asking tough questions from their suppliers

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What recovery clothes retailers cut orders while factories fight to survive?

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Bangladesh stood 3rd as top apparel supplier in US in 2020

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