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TextileFuture presents to you the latest facts and figures on fake goods that were seized at the EU borders. It should be underlined that clothing is no longer playing the major role, however it is still of concern, as well as footwear and accessories. The value of all seized goods is considerable. Patent infringements are no gentlemen actions, but a crime, and its damage has to be covered by the right holder and the tax payer. But for myself, I cannot remember that fake goods in textile sectors have not been existing, however, nowadays the copy and fake business is a lot easier than it was, let’s say only 20 years ago. However such criminal action is also discriminatory and should finally be put to an end. Also, this could be made easier, since the necessary electronic tools are available to stop these fraudulent doings, but first of all, the mentality – particularly in Asian countries - has to change and being educated, but unfortunately this is a longer process. It would help that those who produce fake goods will lbe stripped of their financial benefits, and do receive additional penalties, as well as in the form of prison! Today’s feature is entitled “EU customs seized over 41 million fake goods at EU borders in 2016”
July 25, 2017
TextileFuture presents the latest 2017 figures on world cotton markets and trade, based on the actual report of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In addition we add the reports on the African Cotton of Senegal and West Africa, as well as Zimbabwe. Together with the three parts before (Part I; Part II; Part III), you have now a complete actual picture of the Cotton World. The feature is entitled: “Cotton: World Markets and Trade July report including African Countries (Part IV)”
July 18, 2017
TextileFuture is presenting you today all facts and figures to deal with the country. We have compiled all relevant information and data for you in this TextileFuture Newsletter and detailed facts and figures on textile aspects as well. In addition, we provide you an insight into the Indonesian business conduct, and present the major economic developments. We add also a picture of the Indonesian Consumer. We feel sure that you dispose with this feature of the complete picture of Indonesia, never before exclusively published in such a manner. The feature is entitled “A portrait of Indonesia including latest Textile Data”
July 11, 2017
Have you ever heard of Himalayan Wild Fibres? Read today's Textile Newsletter to give you all the facts and how social and sustainable this innovative raw material can be. An environmentally sustainable supply chain is becoming increasingly more important for the fashion industry, as apparel manufacturers make extensive use of resources, chemicals and energy, and often operate a global supply chain, all of which can have a big impact on the environment. We introduce you in this TextileFuture to a new, wild and innovative fibre, namely Himalayan Wild Fibres, providing details and application forms. The feature is entitled: A social and sustainable approach to Raw Material Innovation: Himalayan Wild Fibres
July 04, 2017
Euratex, the umbrella organisation of the European apparel and textile industry has just released a position paper for a smart and smooth BREXITTextileFuture has not published many articles on Brexit, but we feel that the paper from Euratex gives a textile picture that is worth to be taken up in a Newsletter. It illustrates the difficulties to make BREXIT a success.
TextileFuture releases today the WIPO, the World Intellectual Property Organisation’s Global Innovation Index 2017, revealing that Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, the USA and the UK are the world’s most innovative countries. The feature is entitled “WIPO Global Innovation Index 2017”
June 20, 2017
TextileFuture continues to inform you on different cotton markets, today’s feature offers Part III of the Focus on cotton markets of various countries providing you with the worldwide latest June Forecasts, including the actual production data on China and Pakistan, based upon the USDA, the US Department of Agriculture publications. The feature is entitled “USDA June Cotton Forecasts”.
June 13, 2017
TextileFuture continues to inform you on different cotton markets, today’s feature offers Part II of the Focus on cotton markets of various countries, giving you facts and figures on the cotton markets of Australia, Malaysia and Mexico based on evaluations of the USDA US Department of Agriculture.
June 06, 2017
The strong Swiss franc and growing competition are placing a strain on Swiss SMEs. With this feature, TextileFuture wants to give facts on how SME’s – in textile relevant or near areas - can survive under strain conditions by changing to an innovative business model. These cases are offering some learning potential for other companies facing strain conditions. The feature is entitled “How Swiss SME rely on innovative business models for success”
May 30, 2017
Pierin Menzli, Head Sustainable Investment Research and Tomasz Godziek, Sustainable Investment Analyst, Information Technology & Quant of Swiss J. Safra Sarasin Bank are the guest authors of this feature, and we thank them for this valuable contribution, giving their opinion from an investment standpoint, but shedding light on the various aspects of Disruptive Technologies, and in a comprehensive and short form
May 23, 2017
As you might recall, TextileFuture has published an extensive coverage on Vietnam in its Newsletters and news. Today, we want to give you fresh figures and data on the country and its future development, with a focus on the influence of Foreign Direct Investment foremost in the manufacturing sector’s development, because we think that the important Vietnamese market deserves further attention of our readership. The feature is based upon a new report by Hong Kong Development Corporation’s Research Team. The feature is entitled “Vietnam supply-chain opportunities spurred by Foreign Investment”
May 16, 2017
Today’s Newsletter will serve as a sort of a guide to Techtextil / Techprocess in Frankfurt, Germany, taking place from May 9 – 12, 2017 at Messe Frankfurt. We provide you with a selection of exhibitors with important innovations and in alphabetical order. Accidently - and we apologise for the omittance – our technical photography tool prevents us to publish the accompanying pictures, please understand! Nevertheless you have all the information on the selected exhibitors.
May 09, 2017
TextileFuture presents today the touchy subject of corporate Human Rights through a benchmark report that has also findings on a focus on clothing. We include also agriculture facts, with an eye on cotton. The presentation entails many tables that are self-explanatory, and you can draw your own conclusions. The feature is entitled “CHRB, the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark 2017 findings with a focus on apparel”
May 02, 2017
TextileFuture has given you already an insight on the latest April developments in cotton, now we would like to throw some light on different important markets of cotton. We start out with Bangladesh, then add Brazil, China, Pakistan, and Spain and Turkey with detailed data provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The feature is entitled “All about cotton”
April 25, 2017
This Newsletter is based on the latest detailed analysis of WTO, the World Trade Organisation on worldwide trade with a forecast of 2017 and 2018 that we would like to bring to your attention, because it allows you a better planning of your own business, and provides you with ample data breakdowns around global trade. The feature is entitled: “Trade recovery expected in 2017-18, amid policy uncertainty says WTO”
April 18, 2017
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