Volatile raw material markets, sovereign debt crises, currency disputes, political instability in some regions, a blocked Doha-Trade-Round, looming protectionism, growing world population, demographic changes, climate change, … these are just a few of the short- and long-term challenges that the world economy is confronted with and which have far reaching implications for the global textile value chain.
More than 20 high level experts from around the world covering relevant aspects along the entire textile value chain – from fiber to retail – will present their analyses and views during the ITMF Annual Conference 2012 in Hanoi.
Textiles | On 22nd Oct 2016
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Apparel/Garments | On 22nd Oct 2016
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Textiles | On 21st Oct 2016