AAPN Weekly Round Up 11/9/18


It’s the end of a very busy week here at AAPN, a week which saw us officially announce the closure of registration for the Apparel Summit of the Americas in San Pedro Sula, Honduras later this month – because it’s all sold out.

This will be one of our largest events ever, it’s been one of the most complex to organize and is clearly one of the most important ‘calls to action’ in the history of our industry in the region. We can hardly wait and look forward to seeing a lot of you there in just a few weeks now.

In addition to this exciting development, we were also delighted to welcome Grupo Textil Providencia S.A. de C.V. of Mexico to the AAPN family and Mike found the time to take a couple of deep dives into some hot-button issues, including the differences between sourcing from the Americas and sourcing from China in a piece that was also published by our friends at Sourcing Journal and at some of the reasons why Central America seems to be able to avoid the president’s trade ire for so long.

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