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UNIONS DEMAND MORE AS BANGLADESH SETS NEW MINIMUM WAGE FOR KNIT WORKERS

…workers is important, if Bangladesh is going to realise its goal of becoming a middle-income country. Interestingly, Amir Sheikh, a senior consultant with Gherzi Textil Organisation, India, argued that this…

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CHINA’S TRADE WAR WITH AMERICA COULD ACCELERATE CLOTHING AND TEXTILE MANUFACTURING GROWTH IN AFRICA

…attracted Hong Kong’s TAL Apparel, which is setting up premises in the Hawassa Industrial Park, south of the capital Addis Ababa. This follows India’s Raymond Group, a USD1 billion company,…

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CHINA’S TRADE WAR WITH AMERICA COULD ACCELERATE CLOTHING AND TEXTILE MANUFACTURING GROWTH IN AFRICA

…attracted Hong Kong’s TAL Apparel, which is setting up premises in the Hawassa Industrial Park, south of the capital Addis Ababa. This follows India’s Raymond Group, a USD1 billion company,…

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DIGITAL CLOTHING AND TEXTILE SECTOR TECHNOLOGIES EMERGE IN EGYPT AND SOUTH AFRICA – BUT WILL THE REST OF AFRICA FOLLOW SUIT?

…yarn from India. Morocco is starting to develop its US export market, but to enter tax free under the US-Morocco Free Trade Agreement (https://ustr.gov/trade-agreements/free-trade-agreements/morocco-fta), Moroccan manufacturers will have to abide…

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GLOBAL SHIFT TOWARDS BLOCKING ANIMAL TESTING ON COSMETICS CONTINUES TO ROLL FORWARD

…By contrast, in China’s major Asia rival India, the testing of cosmetics has been banned since November 2015 and even for foreign-made products, an importer must give an undertaking that…

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COUNTERFEITERS INCREASINGLY TARGET EUROPE FOOD SECTOR, AS THEY GROW INTERNET SALES OF FAKE GOODS

…supplying fake goods to Europe – with the largest sources being Turkey (4.26%); Vietnam (2.62%); Syria (2.08%); India (1.98%); and Egypt (1.42%); and other countries together accounting for just 4.31%….

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ASSURING NON-FINANCIAL REPORTING IS INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT, SAY EXPERTS

…want to see. The challenge is finding a way to force them to disclose it.” And he agrees with EY’s EMEIA (Europe, Middle East, India, Africa) public policy leader Andrew…

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ASIAN REGULATORY ROUND UP – HK GOVERNMENT REMOVES PREFERENTIAL TAX TREATMENT FOR OFFSHORE FUNDS

…funds operating in Hong Kong, regardless of their structure, management and control location, size, or purpose. https://www.legco.gov.hk/yr18-19/english/bills/brief/b201812072_brf.pdf *A Comprehensive Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreement (CDTA) between Hong Kong and India

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MIDDLE EAST PAINT MARKET MIXED BAG – AS ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION PROJECTS BOOST SALES WITHIN WEAK MARKETS

…projects have been launched,” said Esben Hersve, vice president Middle East, India & Africa at Jotun, in Dubai, in relation to Saudi Arabia. Abu Dhabi, the UAE’s federal capital and…

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KEY NUCLEAR CONFERENCE HEARS HOW INDIAN NUCLEAR SECTOR EXPANSION WILL CONTINUE, DESPITE CHALLENGES

…Press Information Bureau was Indian Rupees INR2.95 (USD 0.04) per kw/h). These costs feed into investment projections to enable the Indian government to expand nuclear power over the next 12…

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