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BRUSSELS – One year after welcoming the launch of the European Commission’s vision for a more sustainable and circular textile industry, trade body Euratex says that while it remains cautiously optimistic, there are some ‘important pitfalls’ on the road ahead to reaching this goal.

Euratex, (European Apparel and Textile Confederation), which claims to represent the interests of over 143,000 European textile companies, still remains concerned about the ‘quality’ of regulation related to the EU Textile Strategy, how it’s communicated to the industry, and how demand can be created for more sustainable textiles in the EU market.

It also says there’s a risk that the EU strategy could fail if the global dimension of the textile industry is ignored and rules are not enforced.

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