Most UK consumers think manufacturers are the most responsible for the development of unsustainable clothing, and nearly 50% would pay more for clothing made from natural fibres, a new survey has found.
As one report shows June footfall to stores continued to drop, another regular report shows actual spending in physical stores rose. Not only that, the rise beat e-commerce spending for the second consecutive month.
A key monthly UK retail report for June seems to show that British shoppers are still turning away from physical stores and that a slight recovery seen in June in year ago was just a flash in the pan.
Though the escalating tensions between the United States and several of its trading partners could hurt companies across a broad range of sectors, several industries are poised to withstand them or even thrive.
Fast Retailing announced an important expansion of an existing deal on Friday, a deal that has the potential to make it a big name in “on-demand mass manufacturing” as well as boosting its use of hi-tech textiles.
Many Procter & Gamble Co products sold in Canada will be affected by retaliatory tariffs on U.S.-made goods after Canadian authorities rejected a request for exemptions, a P&G spokesman said on Wednesday.