Europe looks eager to buck some more protectionist economic and policy trends seen in the U.S. and the U.K.
Mexican executives say there has been no letup in the amount of illegally imported apparel from Asia.
The event May 21 to 23 will have about 300 booths for apparel, accessories, fabrics, raw materials, and home and hospitality textiles and linens.
The apparel sizing project is expected to be completed by 2021.
The industry sees its much-loved tax cuts slipping away with the strong possibility that new tariffs will hit apparel.
Walmart, Target, Gap and others are urging Trump to “carefully consider” trade actions against China.
The NCTO launched its new web site, “Textiles in the News.”
Retailers could be stuck with worse tax write-offs, and related cash-flow problems, for a while.
The industry is hiring again after last year’s widespread layoffs and store closures.