Guatemala’s textile industry is betting exports will rise 6 percent to $1.6 billion this year.
– May 21, 2015
True to the theme of the “Jackets Required” campaign, which launches today, he’s showing how a top athlete can remain entrenched in sports while basking in a formal setting.
– May 20, 2015
U.S. retailers and brands recently slammed the package for introducing import rules that were difficult to understand and delayed manufacturing operations.
– May 18, 2015
The biggest metro area in the Western Hemisphere and the world’s largest Spanish-speaking city boasts a thriving cultural atmosphere and diverse, expanding and trendy dining and shopping scenes. Renovation projects are adding luster to wealthy old bastions like Polanco, La Roma and Ciudad Juárez. Growing gentrification is also nourishing fashion, as the city attracts professionals […]
– May 15, 2015
MAC plans to operate more that 220 stores in Latin America by 2018.
– May 12, 2015
Texbrasil is studying new ways to raise export promotion benefits, with near-term actions focusing on China, Asia and the U.S.
– May 11, 2015
Many Central American nations — including Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras — face issues over labor rights.
– May 7, 2015
Mexico in particular is booming: over the five-year period 2014 to 2019, sales of luxury goods in Mexico are forecast to jump about 34 percent.
– May 5, 2015
Retailers in Brazil should look to the interior cities for future consumer growth.
– May 4, 2015
It didn’t take long after U.S. travel restrictions to Cuba were relaxed for the fashion world to start taking advantage.
– May 2, 2015