Textile and garment firms in Vietnam are proceeding in switching to green production to suit requirements from its EU partners.
Annually, the EU imports over 4 billion USD worth of textiles and garments from Vietnam.
From now to 2050, the EU will issue new rules on textile and garment products, with a focus on green ones, said Le Tien Truong, Chairman of the Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex).
According to the Vietnam Plus, the Hanoi Textile & Garment Joint Stock Corporation (Hanosimex) and the Hansae group of the Republic of Korea will be the first in Vietnam’s textile and garment industry to make a historic turning point with the formation of a complete supply chain, from yarn making, weaving, dying to sewing, particularly for recycled products.
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