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Challenges at workplaces hampering Burma’s textile sector growth

Challenges at workplaces hampering Burma’s textile sector growth

"Burma’s garment and footwear exports clocked in $3 billion in 2017, a growth of 25 per cent over last year. Factories have expanded from Yangon’s Hlaing Tharyar industrial zone to rural regions, in the wake of a tax holiday of seven or five years meant to encourage operations in less developed parts of the... Read more

Myanmar's minimum wage to boost RMG industry

Myanmar's minimum wage to boost RMG industry

Myanmar has positioned itself as a direct competitor to Bangladesh in the RMG industry by setting its minimum wage at $67 per month. The Southeast Asian country though, will have to hike wages at regular intervals, promote collective bargaining, and safeguard workers’ health and rights of workers to avo... Read more

Taiwan to focus on functional textiles with fashionable use

Taiwan to focus on functional textiles with fashionable use

Taiwan best known for its functional textiles for fashionable use is planning to keep its focus on R&D and eco friendly textiles in the future. This was reiterated by Justin Huang, Secretary General of TTF. Emphasizing on the development of the textile industry, Justin Huang, Secretary General, TTF says, “Our futur... Read more

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Cruelty free sustainable fashion gaining traction

A video showing Australian wool suppliers punching sheep in the face, slitting the throat of st... Read more

Myanmar wage hike may not benefit workers

Garment workers in Myanmar are unlikely to benefit from recent increase in minimum wages. Reaso... Read more

European parliament recommends continuation of Transition Accord

The European Parliament has passed a resolution urging the Bangladesh government to allow the w... Read more

Top UK retailers pledge to stop slavery

Top retailers in the UK like John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Next have agreed to support mo... Read more

Bangladesh minister condemns Accord for cutting ties with garment companies

The Commerce Ministry of Bangladesh has criticised the Accord for severing business ties with 5... Read more

Despite wage hike, Bangladesh still has one of the lowest labor costs

Even after the latest wage hike for apparel workers effective next month, labor costs in Bangla... Read more

Jean-Paul Gaultier to abolish the use of animal fur in his collections

Jean-Paul Gaultier has decided to abolish the use of animal fur in its collections terming the ... Read more

Big brands’ pressure on suppliers leads to labour abuses

Big fashion brands are pressurising their suppliers to deliver more quickly and cheaply, which ... Read more

Buyers tight fisted with Bangladesh

Bangladesh’s exporters do not get fair and reasonable prices for their products. Reasons ... Read more

Abuses rife at Bangladesh tanneries

Labor and human rights and environmental practices are being violated in Bangladesh’s lea... Read more

RCC to replace Accord after November 30

The government of Bangladesh says the Remediation Coordination Cell (RCC) – effectively a... Read more

British labor experts urge companies to be more transparent

Labor experts in Britian urged the country's top 100 companies to be more transparent and lead ... Read more

Coach to go fur free

Luxury brand Coach will soon become fur-free. The ban will be applied on all types of animal fu... Read more

Apparel companies pledge to tackle forced labor

More than 100 global apparel and footwear companies have pledged to tackle forced labor risks f... Read more

AAFA takes up a program against forced labor

The American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) and the Fair Labor Association have draw... Read more