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China to build its first eco-garment production base
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Foundation has been laid for China’s first econ-garment production base, called the China (Tianmen) International Garment Industry City Industrial Park, which would cost 12 billion yuan, and would become the largest garment park located in Tianmen, a sub-prefecture-level city in central Hubei Province.
 
Tianmen is a high-quality cotton production base and the industrial park will directly promote the use of cotton in the local garment industry, as the park will have cotton processing, spinning, printing and dyeing, garment making and other aspects thus completing the whole industrial chain.
 
The industry value would be further enlarged due to the three-dimensional combination of e-commerce platform, the release of Chinese clothing Business, China Fashion T-Taiwan show, China Fashion Culture Festival and many other elements.
 
China (Tianmen) International Garment Industry City Industrial Park project is led by the Chamber of Commerce in Wuhan Tianmen. The International Garment Co. Ltd. invested in the construction, and local garment enterprises got together to share resources and build China’s first modern ecological garment production base.
 
The park is expected to attract local talent and stop the outflow of garment workers to other industrial cities. According to Xu Feng, Tianmen Chamber of Commerce executive vice-president of Wuhan, there are more than 10 million garment industry workers in Tianmen.
 
Xu Feng said already dozens of business owners have expressed interest in setting up production at the garment park. In addition, Tianmen Guangdong Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai Chamber of Commerce and Fujian Chamber of Commerce have also expressed their willingness to join.
 

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