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Ali Cudby Boosts Lingerie Businesses
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Trade Official Says S. Korea's Entry Into Current TPP Talks 'Very Difficult'
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Fab Foundations: What’s New For Full Busts?
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The International
Lingerie Show
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Tia Lyn’s Curvy NYC
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Magic Silk Stirs Up Jungle Fever 
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Third Time's the Charm
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The International
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Lipgloss & Lace
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Baci Lingerie Receives 3 Nominations for 31st Annual AVN Awards
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Beach Bunny Swimwear Launches New Lingerie Line By Love Haus
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The International
Lingerie Show Continued
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Blush Receives AVN Nomination for OHM
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The Addict Expose: Introducing Cirsha Intima: An Argentinean Lingerie Label
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Sportsheets Takes Five Nominations in the Xbiz Awards
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JOPEN Receives Eight Prestigious Award Nominations For XBIZ Awards  Page 5

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December 15, 2013                    Issue # 351

                              Intimate Apparel

Pakistan is Granted 
      GSP Status
Pakistani finally succeeded to get the GSP plus status from European Parliament which allowing duty free access to Pakistani products to EU market.
The EU Parliament took the decision with 406 votes and the facility would be available to Pakistan from first of January next year while this status has been granted till 2017.
Now Pakistan can export its items to 27 countries without have to pay duties.
The GSP Plus is granted to those countries that ratify and implement international conventions relating to human and labour rights, environment and good governance.
This development give boom to the exporters from various industries in Pakistan including textile were anxiously hoping for access to European markets, which promises huge potential for multiplying the country’s current exports.

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Magic Silk Stirs Up Jungle Fever 
The latest creation from Magic Silk is sure to create a feline frenzy. 

Ladies with the hots for spots will love these sexy lingerie pieces made of sheer jacquard leopard patterned mesh. This choice material is very delicate to the skin, and stretches beautifully to the body contour, so you can look as sensuous as you feel. 
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Trade Official Says S. Korea's Entry Into Current TPP Talks 
   'Very Difficult'
A top U.S. trade official said it would be "very difficult" for South Korea to join the ongoing Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations, which are on the verge of a deal.
"We think we are in the end game ... I think it will be very, very difficult for any country, including (South) Korea, to join the ongoing negotiations if you just look at the timetable and the clock," Acting Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Wendy Cutler said at a forum.
After months of taking a wait-and-see stance, the South Korean government announced in late November that it would explore the possibility of joining TPP.
South Korea has focused on implementing its free trade agreement with the U.S., while the Obama administration has been negotiating with its 11 partners in the TPP talks. A deal is expected early next year.
Cutler described South Korea as a natural candidate for TPP and said its addition would add to the "political and strategic weight" of TPP.
She said Washington's consultations with potential TPP partners are typically two tracked -- focusing on their readiness to live up to the high standards of TPP and addressing bilateral issues of concern.
Cutler stressed the urgency of addressing some pending issues in implementing the South Korea-U.S. free trade agreement, called "KORUS FTA." In March, it would mark the second anniversary of the pact taking effect.
Cutler, who led Washington's lengthy talks with Seoul on the FTA, cited four main sectors: customs origin verification, financial data transfer, automobile trade and organic goods certification systems.
Her remarks came amid growing concerns in South Korea that the U.S. may ratchet up trade pressure on Seoul by linking the implementation of the KORUS FTA with TPP.
Attending the forum, hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), South Korean Ambassador to the U.S.
Ahn Ho-young also said Seoul remains strongly committed to fully implementing the FTA.
It provides a firm base for South Korea to continue deepening economic relations with the U.S., he said.
Ahn added his country with a leading Asian economy is a "hybrid candidate" for TPP. 
"Korea has been a very firm believer in the benefits of trade liberalization ... I am pretty sure that we can be a very meaningful participant in the TPP negotiations as well," he said.
Responding to criticism that South Korea was late to express its interest in TPP, meanwhile, a South Korean Embassy official admitted that it would be hard for South Korea to enter the current phase of TPP talks on setting a broad framework of rules.
"We plan to concentrate efforts on holding bilateral talks on product trade among TPP members, which are of more significance in our domestic market than the negotiations on setting rules," the official said.
The TPP talks include a total of 12 nations - the U.S., Japan, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam.
The U.S. said China could be a candidate for TPP negotiations. 
"China's been much more interested in TPP. We have launched talks with them under which we are updating them on TPP," Cutler said. 


Ali Cudby Boosts Lingerie Businesses

Industry expert Ali Cudby released a new eBook this week, written for lingerie businesses, entitled 7 Steps To Boost Your Lingerie Business. The book covers business essentials through a series of interviews with lingerie professionals that range from retailers like Journelle and Bella Intimates to brands such as Cosabella and Secrets In Lace.
Cudby consults with lingerie business as CEO of Fab Foundations, is the creator of the FabFit Academy, and wrote the bestselling book on bra fitting, Busted! The Fab Foundations Guide to Bras That Fit, Flatter and Feel Fantastic.
“A lot of the business tips in the book are universal, 
but when they are applied though the lens of the 
lingerie business and the challenges people face every day, the opportunities to learn and grow a business leap of the page,” says Cudby. “I love applying my Wharton MBA skills to the businesses in our industry, and it’s always helpful to look at specific, lingerie-related examples when businesses want to grow and be more profitable.”
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Beach Bunny Swimwear Launches New Lingerie Line By Love Haus
Beach Bunny, the brand best known for its ultra-sexy swimwear designs, proudly announces the debut of their much-anticipated lingerie label, Love Haus. After nearly 10 years of global success in the swim industry, Angela Chittenden, Beach Bunny CEO, introduces a complete line of sexy yet sophisticated intimate apparel designed to spark the imagination and inspire sensual confidence. From sheer lace bralettes, sultry push-up bras, and barely-there panties to feminine corsets and cozy loungewear, each is crafted with California comfort and European elegance.

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         to U.S.
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500 Saudi Lingerie Shops Closed For Violating Government
Over 500 lingerie shops in Saudi Arabia have been shut down by the Government during inspection for non-compliance and violating orders of mandating feminization in businesses operating in women’s innerwears and intimatewears.
Abdullah Abuthnain, undersecretary at the Ministry of Labor, said the field inspectors sent by the Ministry discovered that 1,173 shops in the country were violating regulations governing lingerie business during the last Islamic year that ended on November 3, 2013.
According to the Ministry, the holy province of Makkah ranked the highest in violating the rules with nearly 310 shops employing men, followed by the capital city of Riyadh with 279 shops, the Eastern Province with 228 shops, the Northern Border Province with 205 shops and the Asir province with 151 lingerie shops breaching the regulations.
Mr. Abuthnain said the inspection is being carried out in two phases, the first where the teams would be inspecting lingerie shops and the second where investigations would be carried out at womenswear outlets, and shops selling abaya gowns.
The Ministry will continue inspecting lingerie shops and take deterrent steps till these shops fully implement the conditions laid down by the Saudi Government, he added.
The feminization of womenswear shops is part of the initiative of ‘Saudization’ taken up by the Government to reduce the number of foreign workers in the country and ensure employment for citizens. 22 percent of the country’s workforce constitutes of women who are being affected due to an increase in the number of illegal workers in Saudi Arabia.
The stipulations by the Government for lingerie shops include that employees at these shops should be only Saudi women, and the work environment should provide them total seclusion from male customers and workers, besides ensuring the safety of the shops.



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