When thinking about the global apparel and footwear trade in action, many people may envision a shirt or pair of pants being manufactured in a factory, the product traveling across the ocean, and all of a sudden being put on...
AAFA's new Legwear Committee held its first meeting February 25 at the Manufacturing Solutions Center (MSC) in Conover, NC. The Committee consists of new and longstanding AAFA members with an avid interest in the socks, hosiery, and...
Each year, the AAFA Annual Executive Summit brings together top industry leaders in relentless pursuit of the answer to "What's next?" This spring, on March 5-7, attendees are coming together to learn about and discuss the opportunities ahead in a collaborative forum led...
AAFA on February 19 joined a coalition of industry associations in sending a letter to the Department of Labor (DOL) opposing the DOL-proposed "Persuader" rule, which would significantly change...
President Barack Obama's budget isn't going anywhere on Capitol Hill. Then again, it's not really meant to. The White House document — price tagged at $3.091 trillion — serves a different purpose. It's packed with political messaging and some of the leading...
Back in December, Paul Krugman promised to provide his opinion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, writing to readers, "I'll do some homework and get back to you." His February 28 column provides his opinion of the TPP. It doesn't provide much evidence that he did his homework.
Everyone knows that the Obama administration's domestic economic agenda is stalled in the face of scorched-earth opposition from Republicans. And that's a bad thing: The U.S. economy would be in much better shape if Obama administration proposals like the American Jobs Act...
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