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Increase the use of recycled materials for personal protection products (PPE)
The Covid-19 pandemic that broke out from the beginning of 2020 has pushed the demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) to spike, causing the PPE manufacturing industry to have a huge growth spurt, and at the same time, the quantity huge waste after use. The problem is how to maintain high quality products, meet the urgent requirements of the market with good price and environmental friendliness.
Between two shirts with the same design, but one costs 200,000 VND and the other 2 million VND, which one will you choose? I'm sure most of the answers will be to buy the first one.
In September 2021, the International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF) has conducted the 10th ITMF Corona-Survey among companies around the world in all segments of the textile value chain.
The Vietnamese Government, businesses, and brands need to discuss and share difficulties with each other and come up with solutions to restore production growth, local and foreign insiders said. 
Vietnam’s government issued Decree 58/2020 ND-CP (Decree 58) for employers in specific industries that allow them to reduce their Social Insurance (SI) contribution for the occupational diseases and accident category. Decree 58 comes into effect on July 15.
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