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Colour codes likely for desi, foreign products, Retail News, ET Retail

NEW DELHI: With an eye on Chinese products, the government is looking to mandate separate colour codes for all domestic and foreign-made goods, on the lines of green and red dots for vegetarian and non-vegetarian food items, while separately summoning e-commerce players to insist on immediate disclosure of the source of products sold on these …

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1 crore job cuts likely in textile industry without Govt support: CMAI

There could be as many as one crore job cuts in the textiles sector, which has been severely hit by the ongoing lockdown, if there is no support and revival package from the government, according to apparel industry body Clothing Manufacturers Association of India. With around 80 per cent of the garment industry mostly micro, small and medium enterprises, CMAI, …

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Apparel retailers likely to offer huge discounts after lifting of lockdown

Apparel retailers are expected to offer large-scale discounts to clear old stocks and also perk up consumer sentiments once the lockdown is lifted, according to industry players. According to a PTI report: A series of lockdowns around the world has severely impacted the fashion retail ecosystem as stores all over the world shuttered, resulting in …

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US department stores most likely to default, S&P says

Pedestrians pass a JC Penney store in New York. Scott Mlyn | CNBC America’s department store chains have seen their odds of defaulting escalate more than any other consumer-facing companies over the past month, according to a new analysis by S&P Global Market Intelligence. “Coronavirus-related challenges are mounting for an already struggling group of retailers,” …

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US retail store closures to drag into April, likely longer

March 27.  This Friday was the day that many retailers set roughly two weeks ago as the marker for how long they planned to temporarily keep their shops closed. But as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise, nothing is opening back up again. Not even close.  For some, this might not come as a …

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Here are the Chinese industries likely to be hit hardest by coronavirus

A man cycles past a closed Apple store in Beijing on February 8, 2020. Greg Baker | AFP | Getty Images The extended shutdown in China due to the coronavirus outbreak brought the economic giant to a virtual standstill, as factories struggle to get back on their feet and consumers stop traveling, shopping or eating …

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Are economic doldrums likely to continue? Experts discuss the data | Business

Andrew Sentance Senior adviser to Cambridge Econometrics and member of the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee (MPC) from 2006-11 The evidence from the real economy over the past month suggests little change to the pattern of stagnation we have seen for most of this year. Both the CBI survey and the official index continue …

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Even if there is a Brexit deal, a UK interest rate cut seems likely | Nils Pratley | Business

Call it a full house of poor economic news. The services sector is contracting, according to the purchasing managers’ index, joining the manufacturing and construction industries in negative territory. In big picture terms, there are no bright spots. The official data, which measures actual economic activity as opposed to managers’ view of prospects, may yet …

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Tesco and M&S likely to have soya linked to deforestation in supply chains | Environment

Tesco, M&S and several other UK supermarkets admit that they cannot guarantee that soya from deforested areas is not in their supply chain despite commitments to phase out its use, the Guardian has found. An investigation has revealed that Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and M&S all buy products from UK farmers using animal feed that includes …

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Analysis: Sam’s Club’s new offering is a likely healthcare disruptor

Sam’s Club recently announced it would be expanding its role in health care from pharmacy service to programs offering first-level preventive care for its members. It will do this by offering prepaid, bundled health services that customers can take advantage of at will. This move is another step toward Sam’s Club becoming a larger provider, …

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