How those "made in" labels work in Europe

August 1, 2015

How Those “made In” Labels Work In Europe

‘Made in’ disclosures are not required for products traded within the European Union. Even where required, ‘Made in’ criteria are…

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Intensifying Adverbs

January 13, 2015

Intensifying Adverbs

Country-of-origin labels don’t mean much anymore, as companies have been able to shift their production offshore and then bring their…

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How a T-Shirt is Made

September 6, 2013

How A T-Shirt Is Made

Following my post yesterday on the problem with country-of-origin labels, a reader of ours forwarded me some links to this…

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The Problem with Labeling

September 5, 2013

The Problem With Labeling

Pete posted a great excerpt yesterday from a recent New Yorker article about the relevancy of country-of-origin labels in the…

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Renuka Rayasam talks labeling on the <em>New Yorker</em>’s Currency blog

September 4, 2013

Renuka Rayasam Talks Labeling On The New Yorker’s Currency Blog

Today, companies in Europe apply origin labels only if they want to… and if a German clothier does most of…

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