American Apparel workers reported to the company’s Los Angeles factory Monday to pick up their final checks.
Gobbetti will join the company on Jan. 27, as executive chairman, Asia-Pacific and Middle East until July 4, when he will become ceo.
Following a U.S. State Department warning of a threat to apparel buyers, Bangladeshi firms are seeking ways to continue to do business.
Trump and Giuliani plan to hold a series of meetings with major corporate executives to discuss cyber threats and solutions.
Trump praised LVMH’s Bernard Arnault and Alibaba’s Jack Ma at the press conference.
Carlo Calenda, Italy’s minister for economic development, revealed the investment inaugurating Pitti Uomo.
Retailers and brands are part of the Alliance, which is performing inspections and overseeing remediation in Bangladesh factories.
“The anxiety that people are feeling in the U.S. about their economic condition overwhelmed the logic of the agreement,” said the U.S. Consul General in Hong Kong.
Cargo volume for 2016 is now estimated at 18.8 million TEU, up 2.9 percent from 2015.
Trump and Ma discuss creating one million U.S. jobs by increasing online business on Alibaba’s platforms and boosting exports.
Apparel imports from Bangladesh could take a hit in the wake of the State Department’s warning that ISIS is targeting garment buyers in the country.
Informal talks with USMX management leaders are scheduled for Feb. 13 on a new master contract covering Atlantic and Gulf Coast ports.
It is the first such threat specifically targeting the global fashion industry, according to industry officials.
Trump’s pick to head the Securities and Exchange Commission oversaw the initial public offering of Alibaba — the e-commerce giant is currently under scrutiny by the U.S. agency.