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Closer Look: Asian Factories Struggle to Rebound Amid Crisis

With pent-up demand, speed to market has never been more important. But port congestion, tariff impacts, the Uyghur crackdown and Covid uncertainty is making it difficult to restock the racks. Join Sourcing Journal on July 8 at 2 pm ET to learn how to sidestep the worst of the logistics roadblocks.

Despite the escalating struggle with Covid-19 and huge losses due to cancellations of orders from global retailers and brands, factories in Asia, which continues to be the biggest sourcing hub for apparel across the world, are largely back to work. On average, more than 80 percent of factories have been functioning in Bangladesh and India,…

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