May won, but not by much, and will have a hard time pushing future legislation through.
Britain’s prime minister will face a no confidence vote Wednesday night.
President Trump has reimagined the presidency as a content creation job and is remaking American policy in the process.
As if Brexit uncertainties were not enough to spook businesses, it looks as if Christmas will be a dreary one for Britain’s brick-and-mortar retailers.
Burberry, Stella McCartney, Inditex, Kering and H&M, among others, have signed the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action.
Increased tariffs on a raft of Chinese imports set to be introduced on Jan. 1 will not go ahead for now.
Starting Jan 1, it heads off a plan by Washington to hike existing tariffs and tax the entire value of Chinese exports to the U.S.
He doubled down on his threat to impose tariffs on more goods if the two superpowers fail to come to an agreement.
Overall, the new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico is good for the textile industry.
They are conducting an inquiry into the impact the industry has on the environment and pay.
President Trump is expected to continue to pursue his trade policies through executive actions.
IDB Bank held a panel Monday night on the U.S. and China trade war, spotlighting apparel and footwear industry in reaction to tariffs.
The company’s pledge follows founder Jack Ma’s comments that the trade war is “the most stupid thing in the world.”