- clothing trade
- s.industria de la confección.
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Clothing and Allied Trades Union of Australia — C.A.T.U. Full name Clothing and Allied Trades Union of Australia Founded 1907 Date dissolved 1992 Merged into Textile, Clothing and Footwear Union of Australia Members 40,529 (1971) … Wikipedia
Clothing, Laundry and Allied Workers Union of Aotearoa — CLAW Full name Clothing, Laundry and Allied Workers Union of Aotearoa Members 750 Country New Zealand Affiliation NZCTU Key people Maxine Gay, secretary Office location … Wikipedia
trade — /treɪd/ noun 1. the business of buying and selling ♦ adverse balance of trade situation when a country imports more than it exports ● The country had an adverse balance of trade for the second month running. ♦ to do a good trade in a range of… … Dictionary of banking and finance
trade — /treɪd/ noun 1. the business of buying and selling 2. ♦ to do a good trade in a range of products to sell a large number of a range of products 3. a particular type of business, or people or companies dealing in the same type of product ● He’s in … Marketing dictionary in english
Clothing technology — involves the manufacturing, materials, and design innovations that have been developed and used. The timeline of clothing and textiles technology includes major changes in the manufacture and distribution of clothing. From clothing in the ancient … Wikipedia
Trade dress — refers to characteristics of the visual appearance of a product or its packaging (or even the facade of a building such as a restaurant) that may be registered and protected from being used by competitors in the manner of a trademark. Vague|What… … Wikipedia
Trade and development — Trade is a key factor in economic development. A successful use of trade can boost a country s development. On the other hand, opening up markets to international trade may leave local producers swamped by more competitive foreign… … Wikipedia
trade dispute — ➔ dispute * * * trade dispute UK US noun [C] ► HR INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE(Cf. ↑industrial dispute) ► COMMERCE, POLITICS a disagreement between countries about the products they trade with each othe … Financial and business terms
clothing and footwear industry — Introduction also called apparel and allied industries, garment industries, or soft goods industries, factories and mills producing outerwear, underwear, headwear, footwear, belts, purses, luggage, gloves, scarfs, ties, and household… … Universalium
Trade Unions — An association of workers recognized by law, who join together to protect their rights and to influence working conditions in the workplace. Guilds, it could be argued, were the early ancestor to today s modern unions. Guild restrictions… … Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry
Clothing in ancient Rome — Statue of the Emperor Tiberius showing the draped toga of the 1st century AD. Clothing in ancient Rome generally consisted of the toga, the tunic, the stola, brooches for these, and breeches. Contents … Wikipedia