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Digital and Textile Hybrids Debut at Wide Format European Print Show

14 Sept 2017

New materials, fresh innovation and even novel ways to rapidly wrap an F1 race car were all on offer at this year's FESPA event, but it was the hybrid systems that united the best of competing technol...Read More

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Textile Producers Back US Over Europe For Guaranteed Payments

13 Sept 2017

Despite a few niggles, the majority of textile manufacturers attending Premiere Visions New York had far greater faith in US companies than European businesses when it came to deals being properly hon...Read More

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Bad Year for UK Retailers Sees Several Survival Strategies on Show

7 Sept 2017

Shrinkflation, far-reaching redundancy programmes, cut backs on print costs, withholding order quantities and trips to theatre school, no approach is seen as off-limits as the UK's Brexit-beleaguered ...Read More

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Russian Food Exporters Go Online to Expand Mainland Market Share

31 Aug 2017

For Russian companies keen to get beyond China's Northeast, cross-border e-commerce may be the solution....Read More

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Brexit and Franchise Fatigue Delivers Tough Year for UK Toy Sector

30 Aug 2017

After three years of growth, 2017 has seen the UK toy market suffer a 7% decline, a consequence of Brexit uncertainties and consumer disenchantment with the ever-shortening interludes between merchand...Read More

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Recovering Russia Sees Opportunities in Dacha DIY and Garden Care

21 Aug 2017

With the DIY sector the first to stabilise post-sanctions, Hong Kong companies should engage with the regional chains....Read More

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RFID-Tagging Set to be Compulsory for Russian Footwear from 2018

16 Aug 2017

Mandatory tagging designed to counter widespread illicit import and smuggling in country's shoe sector....Read More

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Integrated Tech and Interaction Breathe New Life Into UK Gift Sector

15 Aug 2017

Despite the bewildering array of new products on show at this year's Pulse event, London's boutique gift expo, several clear trends emerged, including a craving for integrated technology and a love of...Read More

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Poland Set to be Beneficiary of Rising Mainland Production Costs

3 Aug 2017

East European country claims relocated manufacturing windfall as mainland labour costs continue to soar....Read More

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Brexit and State Subsidy Withdrawals Devastate UK Green Home Sector

24 July 2017

Exhibitor and visitor numbers tumbled at this year's Ecobuild event, as both the vagaries of the Brexit decision and declining government commitment to the environmental sector saw uncertainty and a l...Read More

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Halal Baby Food and Brexit Energy Drinks Served up at UK Food Show

19 July 2017

A wider selection of international cuisine than ever before was on offer at this year's IFE event, with spicy baby foods, self-chilling drink cans, oddly branded energy drinks and innovative food-wast...Read More

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Disrupted Weather Patterns Trigger Fashion Re-think Across Russia

18 July 2017

With winter extending into traditional spring time, Russian retailers are revising their ranges and their schedules....Read More

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True Innovation a Little Thin on the Ground at UK Packaging Show

10 July 2017

While still a formidable forum for networking and business matching, totally new concepts and technology were somewhat hard to discern at this year's event, according to many of the attendees and exhi...Read More

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With Hope of Home Use Fading, 3D Printing Focuses on Business Users

6 July 2017

With a gradual, if grudging acceptance, that the long-predicted day when every home would have a 3D printer may never come, the additive manufacturing sector is now refocussing on business users and a...Read More

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'Made in Russia' Brand Poised for Global Food Export Roll-out

4 July 2017

With the Russian Agricultural Ministry backing a transformative campaign aimed at establishing geographically specific branding among the country's food and drinks exports, Hong Kong could play a key ...Read More

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Soviet Era Watches Given a Big Hand by New Brand Owners

28 June 2017

Could several long-neglected Russian timepiece brands be the unlikely beneficiaries of continuing US/EU sanctions?...Read More

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Poland Looks to Provide China with Chickens' Feet and a Euro Gateway

26 June 2017

East European nation hopes to resume mainland poultry exports and find key role within the Belt and Road Initiative....Read More

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Spinners Phenomenon Proves Need for Independent Toy Retailers

21 June 2017

Fidget spinners might never have proved the UK's toy hit of 2017 if it were not for the flexibility and rapid response of the country's independent toy sales channel, a sector that has been considerab...Read More

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Hong Kong Distributors Flourish While Mainland Moviemakers Struggle

19 June 2017

Despite disappointment at the lack of Chinese films making the cut at this year's Cannes Film Festival, Hong Kong moviemakers were doing brisk business in terms of global sales, while Netflix was prov...Read More

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UK Election 2017: Implications for Brexit and International Trade

15 June 2017

With Theresa May returned as Prime Minister, but without a working majority in the UK Parliament, what are the likely repercussions of the election result on the Brexit negotiations and on Britain's s...Read More

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