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COPENHAGEN – The fashion industry could become 80 per cent circular by 2030 with increased investment in existing recycling technologies and infrastructures, according to a new report from the Global Fashion Agenda (GFA).

Entitled 'Scaling Circularity', the report was written in partnership with consultants McKinsey and Company and is based on an in depth case study carried out on Bangladesh's garment industry.

The GFA's Circular Fashion Partnership (CFP) involved circular collaborations between textile and garment manufacturers, recyclers and fashion brands operating in Bangladesh.

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