Global Green Finance Index 5: Europe Leads The Way For Green Finance – and Electric-Vehicle Fleets

Since we at TextileFuture are convinced that you are all occupied with the consequences of Covid-29 pandemic, we would like to bring up some other topics. Global Green Finance Index is just one of it, and we feel sure that you will enjoy reading these results. The second feature titled “Charging electric-vehicle fleets: How to … More Global Green Finance Index 5: Europe Leads The Way For Green Finance – and Electric-Vehicle Fleets

A Manufacturing Strategy built for Trade Instability

A Manufacturing Strategy built for Trade Instability – In times of uncertainty and doubts, caused by the Coronavirus, it is important to rely on expertise in view to economic factors as well as virology. This is why TextileFuture has decided to bring a recent feature by BCG Boston Consulting Global to the attention of our readers, because the principle findings do keep their value also in these rough times. … More A Manufacturing Strategy built for Trade Instability

East Africa and the African continent – latest developments on the African continent (continued – part 3)

TextileFuture concludes the series on East Africa with some information on all of Africa. It is less textile oriented, but it will offer some important other facts of the recent developments in Africa and the future of the continent. Among is a blog by David Lipton from IMF and graphs and short texts from OECD … More East Africa and the African continent – latest developments on the African continent (continued – part 3)

Technology upgrading in East Africa’s Textiles and Apparel Sector (continued – Part 2)

This is the second part of the joint report Technology upgrading in East Africa’s Textiles and Apparel Sector based upon a joint study by the International Trade Center, India ITME Society, ITME Africa and UK Aid. Today’s TextileFuture Newsletter will cover the state of the art of Textiles and Apparel sectors of Kenya, the United … More Technology upgrading in East Africa’s Textiles and Apparel Sector (continued – Part 2)