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  • China: luxury online sales slowdown

  • China exports continue to growth in leather industry on the first ten months

  • The digital transformation of the world's footwear sector is imminent

  • ACLE2022 to be Rescheduled to August 2023

  • University, firm partner to make footwear textiles from industrial waste

  • Xtep shows off mass-balanced shoe 'breakthrough'

  • Global leather industry resubmits Manifesto for COP27

  • UITIC holds a preparations meeting for 21st UITIC International Footwear Congress

  • The 11th Shoe Culture Festival opened in Huizhou city

  • The exported value of footwear in Putian exceeded 10 billion yuan in the first nine months of this year

  • World’s largest duty-free shopping complex opens in Hainan

  • CORRECTED-Taiwan's Footgearmex Footwear to lay off workers at Vietnam plant

  • Foreign orders of luggage and bags increased 57.2 percent in Pinghu

  • 1,200 workers lose jobs as Taiwan footwear firm runs out of orders Workers at Taiwanese shoemaker Ty Hung Co. Ltd participate in an extracurricular activity at the company. Photo by VnExpress/An Phuong A Taiwanese shoemaker in HCMC’s Binh Tan District has laid off 1,185 workers, and blamed it on a drying up of orders. In an announcement Monday Ty Hung Co. Ltd, which said its customers face financial issues and have not placed new orders. Despite trying everything it could, it is unable to maintain production as planned and has no choice but to terminate labor contracts with 1,185 people on Dec. 1, the statement said. It will pay a severance allowance to employees who have worked since 2008, and two months’ salary to all employees whose social insurance premiums are now cut due to losing their job. It will also pay one month's salary as a bonus to those who worked for the full year until being laid off, and make pro rata payments to others. The Taiwanese firm has 1,800 employees and makes shoes for export to Europe. According to the Ho Chi Minh City Labor Confederation, textile, footwear and electronic factories have lost orders due to difficulties in finding raw materials and falling demand. To cope, many factories in the city have cut workers’ hours or furloughed or laid them off, it added.

  • The exports of China leather industry maintain growth in the first nine months

  • Thailand - ASEAN leather goods designers meet in Bangkok

  • Chinese leather scientists attended 12th Asia International Conference on Leather Science And Technology

  • China's leather goods exports bounce back after COVID disruption

  • Fujian ranks first in China footwear export

  • The retail sales of Anta recorded a middle single-digit growth in the third quarter

  • CLIA launches the videos of GLM to help consumers choose leather products

  • Belarus delegates and CLIA held an online meeting

  • The exports of Chinese luggage and bags rose quickly in the first 8 months

  • Henan Prosper Innovation Center on stream

  • China leather industry exports maintain rapid growth in spite of facing high pressure

  • Thailand - APLF arrives in Bangkok for the first time in October

  • IULTCS Young Leather Scientist Grant Programme 2023 Announced

  • Sports group Anta is listed on the top 500 Asian Brands

  • The sales of China leather industry sees an increse of 4.5% in the first eight months

  • Real leather. Stay different. International Student Design Competition 2022 in Mainland China announced the final winners

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