Kyodo reports allegations of continuing labor abuses at four Chinese factories supplying Japanese...
by Melissa M. Chan | Mar 12, 2013
CDT previously reported on the curiosity around the uniformity of dress at the 18th Party Congress. The BBC reports aside from Western business suits, top leaders also are dying their hair black in order to blend in with one...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 25, 2011
Clothing retailer the Gap, which is trying to boost flagging sales in the U.S. with Black Friday incentives today, is also planning to triple its stores in China, Reuters reports: Redmond Yeung, president of China for Gap, which...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 3, 2005
From the IHT: The U.S. Commerce Department said Friday that in the first three months of the year, preliminary data showed that imports of textile and apparel products from China rose more than 63 percent from a year earlier… The figures came just days after Beijing released data showing that exports to the United States […]
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