• Even In Tight Economy, Consumers Can Be Impulsive
      Jobs, taxes and the national debt are still on the lips of every politician and pundit. Yes, it is the Age of Austerity. But that has not stopped U.S. shoppers from making spur-of-the-moment buys.   “With impulse purchasi
      Jul 03, 2013
    • “Silk Road”
      Record the Development of Chinese Textile Industry, Witness A Great Rejuvenation of the Chinese Nation China National Textile & Apparel Council (CNTAC) took nearly three years to produce a set of large docudrama “Silk Road” which gathered the efforts from China’s
      Jul 03, 2013
    • Mian is… Exploring Cities
      On April 23, 2013, Beijing, China, the 2013 “Mian is…” Yearly Campaign officially debuted in Beijing. Co-sponsored by Cotton Incorporated (CI) and Cotton Council International (CCI), following on from 6 years’ successful evolution of the “Cotton-Beyond Your Imagination™” campaign, the “Mian
      Jul 02, 2013
    • With Technology, Creating More Market Value
      In March, 2013, the annual Fabrics China Creation Competition has launched in the city of Beijing. Oriented with the theme of “Dream · Path”, the Competition, jointly with Intertextile Apparel Fabrics, would integrate the industrial resources and advantages to attract more and more domestic and ov
      Jul 02, 2013
    • Heimtextil 2013: A New Start of Furnishing Season
      With 2,658 exhibitors from 62 countries and growth for the third year running, Heimtextil 2013 represented not only a successful start to the new furnishing season but also to the new trade-fair year. Around 66,000 visitors from 128 countries came to the trade fair in Frankfurt.  
      Jul 02, 2013
    • Even In Tight Economy, Consumers Can Be Impulsive
      “With impulse purchasing, there is often a sense of self-rewarding – ‘I deserve this, I can afford it and therefore I’m going to do it,’” explains Paco Underhill, author of What Women Want and Why We Buy, the Science of Shopping . “If you can’t afford it, there’s a sense of rationalization
      Jul 02, 2013
    • China’s Economy in the Year of 2012
      According to the preliminary accounting, the gross domestic product (GDP) of China reached 51,932.2 billion yuan in 2012, a year-on-year increase of 7.8 percent at comparable prices. Specifically, the year-on-year growth of the first quarter was 8.1 percent, 7.6 percent for the second quarter, 7.4
      Jul 02, 2013
    • ISPO BEIJING: New Exhibitors and Platforms
      On Feb. 27, 2013, ISPO BEIJING 2013 (the 9 th International tradeshow for sports Equipment and Fashion in Asia) will open its doors once again at the China National Convention Center in Beijing.   Leading brands such as Mammut and Haglöfs will exhibit at ISPO BEIJING for th
      Jul 02, 2013
    • Global Cotton Executives Explore Factors Affecting Industry at Seventh Biennial Sourcing USA Summit
      Opening remarks by National Cotton Council (NCC) Chairman Chuck Coley reiterated the continuing commitment of U.S. growers to supply mill customers and the entire supply chain with reliable, quality cotton, a pledge echoed by the U.S. cotton growers attending the event. The issue of supply, and it
      Jul 02, 2013
    • “Chongqing Legion” Stroke A Pose on the Stage of CHIC
      Clothing enterprises in Chongqing, mostly established in the early or the mid 1990s, have gone through more than a decade of ups and downs and experienced rounds of survival of the fittest. Today, a number of outstanding companies have stood out, among which the 11 enterprises as “Chongqing Le
      Jun 04, 2012




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