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Global Apparel Markets
Issue 15:
3rd Quarter 2011

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Talking strategy: benefits of integrating sustainability into global supply chains (12 pages)
The clothing retail market in Russia (18 pages)
Global apparel markets: product developments and innovations, 3rd quarter 2011 (11 pages)
Trade and trade policy: the EU clothing import market and its ten largest supplying countries, 3rd quarter 2011 (30 pages)
Global apparel markets: business update, 3rd quarter 2011 (35 pages)

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Trade and trade policy: the EU clothing import market and its ten largest supplying countries, 3rd quarter 2011
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This report provides vital analysis of the EU clothing import market including data relating to around 50 categories of apparel imports from the leading ten suppliers. In the year ending June 30, 2011, EU clothing imports soared in value to a new high, after falling in the previous year to their lowest level since 2006. In volume terms, however, growth was much slower and remained below the levels seen in 2008 reflecting continued uncertainties in demand. At the same time, the average import price rose to its highest level since 2002, due to a hike in the cost of raw materials. Imports were up in value from each of the top ten supplying countries, namely China, Turkey, Bangladesh, India, Tunisia, Morocco, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Pakistan. China continues to be the EU's largest clothing supplier.

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Trade and trade policy: the EU clothing import market and its ten largest supplying countries
  • Summary
  • General trends in EU clothing imports
  • EU clothing imports by member state
  • Key European markets: clothing demand forecasts to 2015
  • EU clothing imports by leading supplier
  • EU clothing imports from China and developments in the Chinese clothing sector
  • EU clothing imports from Turkey and developments in the Turkish clothing sector
  • EU clothing imports from Bangladesh and developments in the Bangladeshi clothing sector
  • EU clothing imports from India and developments in the Indian clothing sector
  • EU clothing imports from Tunisia and developments in the Tunisian clothing sector
  • EU clothing imports from Morocco and developments in the Moroccan clothing sector
  • EU clothing imports from Vietnam and developments in the Vietnamese clothing sector
  • EU clothing imports from Sri Lanka and developments in the Sri Lankan clothing sector
  • EU clothing imports from Indonesia and developments in the Indonesian clothing sector
  • EU clothing imports from Pakistan and developments in the Pakistani clothing sector
  • Statistical appendix

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