Textiles South East Asia is a monthly newsletter providing hard-to-find commercial news, information and business opportunities of the textile and clothing industries in South East Asia. This developing region offers new prospects for marketing products and services, as well as sourcing opportunities, in Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
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Leading Kazakh bed linen manufacturers plan to increase their production and exports this year. In 2020, the production of bed linen amounted to 7.
The military coup in Myanmar is poised to deliver a major blow to the country’s US$6bn clothing and footwear industry, threatening hundreds of thousands of...
Russian authorities have opened a criminal investigation into clothing retailer Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) for allegedly avoiding RUB3. 1bn (US$41m) of customs duties.
An Indonesian village has been inundated by crimson-coloured water after flooding hit a fabric dyeing centre in central Java, sparking a social media frenzy.
The Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Textile Research Institute (DOST-PTRI) has launched its PTRI Textile Gallery, Design and Innovation Hub and the Philippine Textiles e-portal.
Published by Textile Media Services, Textiles South East Asia is a monthly electronic newsletter targeted at major textile and clothing companies and organisations, and suppliers of machinery, equipment, fibres, dyestuffs and chemicals, who are looking at investing in, or marketing to, the emerging South East Asian region.
Read by top management, chief executives and decision-makers in the international textile and clothing industry with an interest in capitalising on the economic boom in South East Asia.