By Leonie Barrie

Ongoing trade uncertainty, couples with a 20% hike in the cost of sourcing from Bangladesh, Vietnam and India – the main alternatives to China – are the biggest concerns facing today’s U.S. fashion industry executives. And not surprisingly, they’re contributing to a more downbeat outlook for the future.

The annual snapshot of sourcing sentiment is revealed today (22 July) in the ‘2019 Fashion Industry Benchmarking Study’ published by the United States Fashion Industry Association (USFIA).

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