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The global fashion business journal

23 Sep 201905:14


h By Iria P. Gestal
12 Feb 2019 — 10:00

The region that grows the most in the globe faces major challenges after years of rapid development: from the ageing of the population to the transformation of its economic model.

h By Silvia Riera
11 Feb 2019 — 10:00

The largest groups of fashion distribution face a complex scenario in the first links in the value chain, that is, supply. The wages increase in Bangladesh puts even more pressure to the margins and leaves no way out: Ethiopia is far from the Asiatic country.

h By Silvia Riera
08 Feb 2019 — 10:01

The last forecasts of the International Cotton Advisory Committee (Icac) point out that at the end of the 2018-2019 campaign, China will be again the world’s largest producer of this raw material.

h By S. Riera
01 Feb 2019 — 13:16
The trade war between China and the United States, the pressure from the European Union on Cambodia and the protests over wages in Bangladesh destabilize three of the largest global hubs in the fashion industry.
h By Iria P. Gestal
29 Jan 2019 — 10:01

The uncertainty and the crisis in Venezuela affected the growth prospects in the region, which faces a key year after the changeover of power in Mexico and Brazil.

h By Silvia Riera
24 Jan 2019 — 09:59

The former Governor of Bank of Spain, Miguel Ángel Ordóñez, and José María Roldán, president of the Spanish Banking Association, warns about the risks in an economic environment that slowdowns the growth.

h By Mds
23 Jan 2019 — 16:00

The British luxury company registered a revenue of 711 million pounds between September and December.

h By Iria P. Gestal
22 Jan 2019 — 10:00

The trade war and the downturn threaten the second world power, which sees its goal to surpass the United States as the first global power delayed.

h By C. Juárez
18 Jan 2019 — 10:00

The ACT project, boosted by IndustriAll Global Union, assigned Turkey to Inditex, Cambodia to H&M and Myanmar to C&A to coordinate the application of a sectoral collective bargaining.

h By Iria P. Gestal
15 Jan 2019 — 09:57

The first world power faces a complex year that could end with the country falling into recession, while the Government deals with the longest closing of its history.

h By Iria P. Gestal
14 Jan 2019 — 10:00

Eurozone economy will slowdown, although consumption will continue being robust. Fashion sales, on the contrary, will close in red in all the biggest markets.

h By Iria P. Gestal
11 Jan 2019 — 16:00

Iganacio de la Torre, chief economist of consulting firm Arcano, underlined yesterday in a presentation that recession is not the same as “great recession”, like the one that started in 2008.

h By J.Cevallos
10 Jan 2019 — 09:58

The Actual Individual Consumption (AIC) by Eurostat underlines the advancement in consumption in countries undergoing a growing phase.

h By MDS
09 Jan 2019 — 18:39

HSBC forecasts the luxury sector to slow down during the upcoming twelve months after the peak of 9% in 2018. However, the entity points out that the large groups of the sector will not be affected.

h By MDS
09 Jan 2019 — 18:00

Yesterday during the last confrontations between demonstrators and police officers, one person died and approximately twenty were injured. The demonstrators claimed a higher increase of the minimum wage, which now is in 95 dollars.

News on the latest macroeconomic indicators related to the textile- and fashion industry worldwide.