garment industry


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Noun1.garment industry - makers and sellers of fashionable clothinggarment industry - makers and sellers of fashionable clothing
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
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The exportable garment industry has been both one of the most accomplished and most vilified industries in Nepal.
This study analyzes the long-run cost function in the garment industry of Nepal, looking particularly at whether the producers have exploited the economies of scale.
Barbara Paleczny, Clothed in Integrity: Weaving Just Cultural Relations and the Garment Industry (Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2000)
Bao's work is a definitive systematic study of the lives of women Chinese immigrants, who have comprised eighty percent or more of the Chinese garment industry workforce in the post-World War II era.
The workers are all members of the Garment Industry Labor Union.
The Garment Industry Development Corporation (GIDC) was founded in 1984 by a 3-member partnership that included the local union, industry associations, and local government.
"Platamid" copolyaimde hotmelts are used for fusible interlinings in the garment industry to help preserve the original shape and appearance of garments after repeated laundering and drycleaning.
Factoring, which used to be the exclusive domain of the garment industry, is expanding into manufacturing, distribution and the service industry, says Leonard Machlis, executive director of the Commercial Finance Association, a New York-based national trade association for factors and asset-based lenders.
The subcontracting structure of the garment industry makes nonaccountability at the top a byword.
So will a lot of Americans who work in the garment industry. Perhaps no other U.S.
The market segments involved in California included auto dealers, entertainers and athletes, contractors, real estate, attorneys, the garment industry, medical practices, child care and service stations.