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Partnership For Sustainable Textiles Recognizes U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol As A Standard For Sustainable Cotton

The U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol has been approved as a standard for sustainable cotton by Siegelklarheit, an initiative of the German Federal Government. By helping consumers to better understand environmental and social labels, Siegelklarheit wants to contribute to more sustainable purchasing decisions. U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol successfully passed Siegelklarheit´s assessment system. As a result, members of the Partnership for Sustainable Textiles (PST) can use the Trust Protocol as another standard to calculate their share of sustainable cotton.

Strong year for Cotton made in Africa

Record levels of supply and demand underline how widely accepted sustainable raw materials have become in international value chains.

EU's exports of textiles, clothing articles went up by 10.6% in 2021

In 2021, EU exports of textile and clothing articles increased by 10.6 per cent, while imports dipped by 7.5 per cent, as per the EURATEX spring report which offers a detailed insight into trade figures for the European textile and apparel industry in 2021. The numbers of 2021 are encouraging, when compared with the dramatic corona-year 2020.
VN textile and garment sector makes eco-friendly moves
Vietnamese textile and garment businesses are making a green push with research and development of eco-friendly materials and technologies to adapt to global sustainable fashion trends.
India aims to export 100 billion USD of textiles by 2030
India is also trying to get tariff access in the markets of the European Union (EU), Canada, the UK and the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council. (GCC). India is negotiating free trade agreements with these countries.
Textile enterprises expect double-digit growth
The world textile and garment market has recovered strongly, and with the advantages of the free trade agreements to which Vietnam is a member are being implemented, many textile and garment enterprises have set high growth targets.
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