As fashion and high-end industries are a significant part of the creative economy and have the potential to contribute to the growth of manufacturing in Europe, EU taken some initiatives. They include the fight to the counterfeit goods, the protection of intellectual property rights, and the helping small businesses for finance.
Textiles and clothing is a diverse sector that plays an important role in the European manufacturing industry. The EU legislates on fibre names and labelling to offer consumers protection. It is also engaged in dialogues with non-EU countries on policy and regulatory issues that affect the textiles and clothing industry.
The European footwear industry is made up of diverse products and industrial processes. The EU aims to promote the footwear innovation and footwear competitiveness of firms and to combat counterfeiting, while protecting consumer health and the environment. It also provides footwear legislation that manufacturers must follow.
EU is a major actor of the global leather market. Its leather industry is made up of diverse products and industrial processes. EU promotes leather innovation and leather competitiveness of firms, while protecting consumer health and the environment.
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