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  • HS CODE : 520819
    Mininum Qty. : 500 PCS
    Supply Qty(Year) : 700,000 PCS
    Summary : Weaving,Cotton Fabric,other
  • polypropylene spunbond nonwoven fabrics
  • HS CODE : 560391
    Mininum Qty. : 4 TON
    Supply Qty(Year) : 4,000 TON
    Summary : 의류부재(심지, 접차김지, 중입면, 브레이져부재, 어깨부재, 잠바, 라이너),일회용 의류 (이벤트 의류, 여행용 속옷), 인공피혁용(의복, 가방, 신발),보호복(작업복, 실험복, 방진복),방호용품(안전화, 작업용 장갑, 방연·방진·방독·마스크),기저귀(종이 기저귀, 기저귀커버),생리용품((넵킨, 탑폰),세정용품(물티슈, 화장면, 모유베드),공기필터(저성능용, 중성능용, 고성능용),봉지용품(신선도 보유용, 건조용, 쇼핑백),식품용(티백, 커피백, 식품백, 용기),생활잡화(달력, 수면마스크, 탈취재, 방향재),침장용품(이불속, 이불보, 베개커버, 시트),가구부재품(쿠션재, 침대증입재, 커텐, 브라인드, 벽지, 장식품),Process,Needle Punching,Melt-Blown,Spun-Bonding,USE,의류,의류부재(심지, 접차김지, 중입면, 브레이져부재, 어깨부재, 잠바, 라이너),일회용 의류 (이벤트 의류, 여행용 속옷), 인공피혁용(의복, 가방, 신발),보호,보호복(작업복, 실험복, 방진복),방호용품(안전화, 작업용 장갑, 방연·방진·방독·마스크),의료,수술복,포장포세트,마스크,시트류,건축/토목,건축:루핑,벽장재,방음재,토목:드레인재,여과재,분리재,보강재,매설관보수재,위생/와이퍼,기저귀(종이 기저귀, 기저귀커버),생리용품((넵킨, 탑폰),세정용품(물티슈, 화장면, 모유베드),물수건,마스크,여과,공기필터(저성능용, 중성능용, 고성능용),백 필터,액체 필터,청소기용 필터,농업,비닐하우스 덮개,서리방지,차광 및 잡초방지 시트,생활자재,포장자재,봉지용품(신선도 보유용, 건조용, 쇼핑백),식품용(티백, 커피백, 식품백, 용기),생활잡화(달력, 수면마스크, 탈취재, 방향재),침장용품(이불속, 이불보, 베개커버, 시트),가구부재품(쿠션재, 침대증입재, 커텐, 브라인드, 벽지, 장식품)
  • shroud apparel
  • HS CODE : 621149
    Mininum Qty. :
    Supply Qty(Year) : 300 PAIR
    Summary : woven fabric apparel/ product,Other Apparel,other
  • Elastic Band(Cap)
  • HS CODE : 6507.0
    Mininum Qty. :
    Supply Qty(Year) : 10,000,000 YD
    Summary : Main Label/Tag,Weaves,Lace/Tassle,Tape,Satin
  • HS CODE : 590320
    Mininum Qty. : 500 YD
    Supply Qty(Year) : 2,400,000 YD
    Summary : couch covers,mattress,shoes,accessories of toy,Sports Goods
  • HS CODE : 540740
    Mininum Qty. :
    Supply Qty(Year) : 9,000,000 YD
    Summary : Pre-treatment,Dip dyeing Dip dyeing Exhaustion dyeing,Batch type,Jet Rapid, Circular, High-soft dyeing
  • HS CODE :
    Mininum Qty. : 100 KG
    Supply Qty(Year) : 2,000,000 KG
    Summary : Physical method,other
  • Bo Seong
  • Address : 306130  83-11 pyeongchon-dong daeduck-gu daejeon korea 
  • Tel No : 042-933-8888
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Pyeong-Hwa Industrial
711851 1936 Geumpo-ri, Nongong-eup, Dalseong-gun, Daegu
T : 053-611-2736-7 E :
KORYE TEXTILE
704831 #213. H.L.K B/D. 1788. WOLSEONG-DONG DALSEO-GU. DAEGU. KOREA
T : 053-581-5684 E : kor*****@hanmail.net
Koryetextile.co. Polyester Woven Fabric item Silky chiffon, Yoryu, Georgette, Stretch item, Heavy Crepe Fabric, Micro Fabric, Satin Fabric,Twill Fabric, Prints Fabric item ....
Seong Hwa Textile
712823 158 Amnyang-ri, Amnyang-myeon, Gyeongsan-si, Gyeongbuk, Korea
T : 053-817-6776 E :
Seong Hwa Textile
712823 158 Amnyang-ri, Amnyang-myeon, Gyeongsan-si, Gyeongbuk, Korea
T : 053-817-6776 E :
  • HS CODE : 520819
    Mininum Qty. : 500 PCS
    Supply Qty(Year) : 700,000 PCS
    Summary : Weaving,Cotton Fabric,other
  • HS CODE : 540740
    Mininum Qty. :
    Supply Qty(Year) : 9,000,000 YD
    Summary : Pre-treatment,Dip dyeing Dip dyeing Exhaustion dyeing,Batch type,Jet Rapid, Circular, High-soft dyeing
  • PF, DTY
  • HS CODE : 540233
    Mininum Qty. : 10 TON
    Supply Qty(Year) : 20,435 TON
    Summary : Fiber,Man-Made Fiber,Yarn,Chemical Fiber Yarn
  • SPANDEX
  • HS CODE : 540244
    Mininum Qty. : 10 TON
    Supply Qty(Year) : 22,000 TON
    Summary : Fiber,Man-Made Fiber,Yarn,Chemical Fiber Yarn
  • POY,SDY,SDY,DTY,SPANDEX
  • HS CODE : 540246
    Mininum Qty. : 10 TON
    Supply Qty(Year) : 218,332 TON
    Summary : Fiber,Man-Made Fiber,Yarn,Chemical Fiber Yarn,Draw Textured Yarn
  • Cotton, Polyester Untouched Fabric
  • HS CODE : 6004
    Mininum Qty. :
    Supply Qty(Year) : 1,000,000 YD
    Summary : French terry,Knit,Apparel Use,Weft Knitting,Single,Plain jersey,French Terry
  • HS CODE :
    Mininum Qty. :
    Supply Qty(Year) : 9,500,000 YD
    Summary : Printing,Transfer Printing,Rotary screen Printing
  • Se Kwnag Textile co., ltd
  • Address : 355831  320-13, Kwansanri, Jupomyon, Boryongcity,  Chungnam, korea
  • Tel No : 031-493-7422
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  • * Foreign exportable : English
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  • Availability of Business Languages Availability of Business Languages
Yoo won print
482861 9-120, Eunhyeon-ro 105beon-gil, Eunhyeon-myeon, Yangju-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
T : 031-858-7020 E : yoo*****@hanmail.net
TK CHEMICAL CORP.
702713 3F Yunu Bldg. 128, Wondae-ro, Buk-gu, Daegu, Korea
T : 02-2001-6000 E : ron*****@tkchemi.co.kr
TK CHEMICAL CORP.
730906 78, 1gongdan-ro 6-gil, Gumi-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Korea
T : 054-461-6055 E : ron*****@tkchemi.co.kr
TK CHEMICAL CORP.
718833 6, 3gongdan 2-ro, Seokjeok-eup, Chilgok-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Korea
T : 054-971-9051 E : ron*****@tkchemi.co.kr
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Date : 2014/03/26 ~ 2014/03/29
City/Country : CHINA
Venue : Beijing New China Int'l Exhibition Center
Product Profile : Woman, Man, Casual, Children, Sportwear, Fashion, Accessory Etc

 

Chinese Gradually Take Over Vietnamese Businesses     In 2012, Chinese foreign direct investment capital unexpectedly rose from $345 million to $2.3 billion. The two main business sectors are real estate and textile and apparel. However, Vietnamese do not consider increasing foreign investments as a good sign. Higher labor cost and lower export price both have encouraged Chinese manufacturers to relocate their factories to Vietnam. Chinese businessmen moved to Vietnam to acquire financial opportunities from TPP (Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement), of which Vietnam would be a member. There is an alarming concern that though Vietnam is a TPP member, the country may not be able to enjoy the full advantages of the membership status. Moreover, the advantages of the TPP may help the Chinese companies instead. Since many Chinese companies are powerful in financial capability, incoming Vietnamese businesses may become inevitable rivals.

European Parliament Committee Says No To TAFTA / TTIP Deal without Respect for Data Privacy     The Civil Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs (LIBE) committee agreed on its final recommendations regarding the mass surveillance of EU citizens. The LIBE committee claims that the Parliament should hold back its permission to the TTIP agreement, unless it completely respects fundamental rights that are protected in the EU Charter. Furthermore, the committee emphasizes that data protection should be ruled out of the trade agreements. However, the U.S. currently insists that data protection must be included in any TAFTA/TTIP text. MEPs call for the immediate suspension of the Safe Harbour privacy principles (voluntary data protection standards for non-EU companies transferring EU citizens’ personal information to the U.S.). This threat is intended to urge the U.S. representatives to construct a better personal information security system.  
China-Japan-South Korea Hold FTA Talks Despite Political Tension   On March 5, 2014, China, Japan, and South Korea began the fourth round of negotiations over a trilateral free trade agreement (FTA). The meeting was held in Seoul, and the negotiations will conclude on Friday. The representatives will discuss standards of tariff reduction, expansion of service trade, investment and certain range of the agreement. Trilateral FTA manifests that China, Japan, and South Korea are willing to put aside political differences for shared economic benefits. The anticipated FTA could have tremendous impact because the combined GDPs of China, Japan, and South Korea represent 20% of the global GDP. Moreover, their combined imports and exports make up 17.5% of global trade. The World Bank predicts that East Asia and the Pacific will remain drivers of global economic growth in the near future, and every country in the region will make sure to acquire the economic benefits of increased regional trade.
Fashion District Buckles Under Foreign Market Pressure       As currency devaluation spreads throughout Latin America and pushes inflation to a high level, wholesalers on the downtown Los Angeles’ Fashion District are feeling the market pressure. New designers and wholesalers have stimulated the Fashion District neighborhood’s development. However, rather than selling clothes to domestic customers, these Fashion District stores sell a large portion of their merchandise overseas, particularly to South American countries to increase profits. According to the Economic Development Department (EDD), wholesale businesses in the Fashion District have grown from 700 in 2005 to 1600 firms in 2014. On the other hand, Fashion District’s manufacturing dropped from 1,200 companies in 2003 to mere 600 in 2009. Due to growth in the wholesale sector, Los Angeles has become a leading exporter of T-shirts, hoodies, and knitwear in the U.S. Nonetheless, according to Worldweb City, Los Angeles’ casual wear exports fell 2%, a total loss of $725,850 in 2013 due to the sluggish Latin American economy. Mexico is currently negotiating a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with China and endeavors to eliminate tariffs as high as 20% on clothing. With the new FTA, Chinese goods will be able to be sold directly to Mexico and will push many LA shop owners to close their stores.  
Obama’s TPP Negotiators Received Huge Bonuses from Big Banks      If the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is approved, American corporations could acquire new, expansive authority. Investigative journalist, Lee Fang, stated that large banks gave millions of dollars to the executives that are currently arranging the agreement. Fang claimed that former Bank of America’s investment banker, Stefan Selig, received more than $9 million in bonus pay after he was nominated to join the Obama administration in November, 2013. Moreover, Michael Froman, the current U.S. trade representative, received over $4 million from Citigroup, when he left them in 2009 to work for the White House. Fang noted that such large bonuses are not unusual on the Wall Street. However, with the TPP anticipated to have substantial implications on the corporate and financial sectors, the appointments of Selig and Froman raise new questions about the possible influence of the Wall Street on an already controversial trade negotiation. Fang warned that representatives have been negotiating the TPP for participating countries in secrecy. In addition, Fang argued that multi-national corporations may employ the TPP to evade domestic courts and local laws.
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