garment industry

IPA: gˈɑrmʌntɪndʌstri

noun

  • makers and sellers of fashionable clothing

Examples of "garment-industry" in Sentences

  • Still, he decided to reopen after an investor and some garment-industry advocates helped him find new space.
  • All sides agree that garment-industry wages are too low to feed, clothe and house workers and their families.
  • "This is heartbreaking," says Georges Sassine, a factory owner who heads Haiti's garment-industry trade group.
  • The AP said that even the factory owners concede that garment-industry wages are too low to feed, clothe and house workers and their families.
  • As demonstrated in the previous chapter, garment-industry operatives used their work skills to create attractive outfits, essentially masking their poverty.
  • A number of garment-industry owners have sold off their stakes in the industry citing violence by workers, even though their factories were compliant with local and international regulations.
  • Dozoretz, who constantly touted her close, personal relationship with Bill Clinton and pledged to raise $1 million for the Clinton library, is a onetime garment-industry executive married to Ron Dozoretz, a psychiatrist and the C.E.O. of a behavioral-health-care company that is heavily dependent on state contracts and that has been criticized in the past for providing substandard services.

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