Italian Fancy Yarns Find Their Way into China
It's a challenging market, but Italian spinners have finally found a way into China's complex supply chain.
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Faster is Better, but is it Worth the Price?
Brands and retailers are wrestling with finding the right balance between speed and transportation costs. The big win: having the right product, in th...
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By mid-August China had sold an estimated 2.2 million tons of cotton from its stockpile, with the sales close rate at about 90 percent.  However ...
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China’s Legacy Purchasing Meeting Model Starts to Change
Competition is forcing even the most stalwart companies to seek more agile inventory management.China’s legacy retail purchasing model has come ...
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China’s Massive Online Market Shifts Gears
The combination of a huge population and high e-commerce penetration rate has laid a solid foundation for China’s online retail development. In the f...
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How La Chapelle Wins by Giving the Customer What She Wants
La Chapelle has built a fast growing billion-dollar retail company by following their customers’ tastes, rather than fashion trends. As the...
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The sun is once again shining on China’s textile sector. The industry that the nation was allegedly planning to abandon in favor of higher tech ...
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Chinese Demand Drives Up Wool Prices
Merino costs rise as manufacturers move into high value products.Wool prices have surged this year, rising 45.7 percent with the average EMI (Eastern ...
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Reshaping the Apparel Industry Through More Responsive, Personalized Fashion
“Consumers want something unique and interesting and they want to be able to buy it immediately,” said Stephen Trigg, Creative Director at...
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China Mfg:  Moving Up and Moving Out
Chinese suppliers have come to realize that the only way out is up. Even the most volume-driven, mass-market suppliers have realized there is no ...
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