The AFL-CIO alleges the illegal factories employ workers in sub-standard conditions.
– July 19, 2017
The Mexican industry is pressing for the U.S. to maintain the TPL provisions of the pact.
– July 17, 2017
The workers are demanding an increase in pay to 800 gourdes a day, or $12.70.
– July 9, 2017
Grupo Carrefour Brasil’s shares are expected to start trading on the São Paulo stock exchange on July 20.
– June 29, 2017
The Central American country says a panel cleared it of allegations by the USTR and AFL-CIO that it abused workers trying to unionize in the apparel sector.
– June 25, 2017
A second location in São Paulo, where the brand has an existing strong customer base.
– June 22, 2017
The threat of deportation and crackdown on immigration have stunted Hispanic demand for apparel, analysts say.
– June 19, 2017
The bulk of the unloaded merchandise includes aspirational labels such as American Eagle, Abercrombie & Fitch, Tommy Hilfiger, Levi’s or Calvin Klein.
– June 16, 2017
Textile and apparel manufacturers in the region are worried the Trump administration’s policies could severely hurt exports.
– June 2, 2017
The industry has been boosted by the weak peso.
– May 19, 2017
The revived brand under Gildan plans to introduce a lower-cost basics line produced in Central America.
– May 17, 2017
The Latin American Quala was founded in 1980.
– May 15, 2017
Mexican designers are seeing a surge of interest thanks to Trump.
– May 8, 2017
The developer and hotelier is planning more projects in the Puerto Madero district as well as expansion of his Faena District in Miami Beach.
– May 2, 2017
The nation’s major developers are sticking with plans to invest a total of $6.5 billion over the next four years.
– May 2, 2017