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Textile Outlook International
Issue 123:
May-June 2006

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Editorial: Vietnam and WTO Membership: Is a Boom in Textiles and Clothing Around the Corner?
Prospects for the textile and clothing industry in Indonesia, May-June 2006 (41 pages)
Survey of the European Yarn and Fabric Fairs for Spring/Summer 2007 (21 pages)
Trends in Japanese textile and clothing imports, May-June 2006 (49 pages)
Profile of the Textile and Clothing Industry in Ukraine (23 pages)
The European Market for Women's Lingerie (24 pages)

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Prospects for the textile and clothing industry in Indonesia, May-June 2006
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Indonesia is an important global source for textiles and clothing. In 2004 it ranked tenth among the world’s leading exporters of textiles (excluding Hong Kong, whose domestic exports are small) and ninth among clothing exporters (including Hong Kong). Within Asean (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), it is the number one exporter in both textiles and clothing.

The textile and clothing industry is also important to Indonesia as it contributes significantly to the country’s economy. Indeed, it is the largest provider of employment and a major source of export earnings. The official employment estimate is 1.2 mn people, spread over 4,500 factories. But some believe that an additional 3.5 mn are employed directly or indirectly in textile-related areas.

Textile and clothing exports were worth US$8,671 mn in 2005, representing 10.1% of the country’s total exports. Furthermore, textile and clothing exports in 2005 were 13.4% higher than in 2004.

The Indonesian textile and clothing industry is vertically integrated, encompassing almost every stage of production. Indonesia has the largest share of spindles and looms among Asean countries and its capacity ranks as the fourth highest in the world.

The industry has a number of strengths which should enable it to retain and even expand its share of international markets. But it needs to implement an extensive modernisation programme with some urgency. After 2008, when temporary safeguard quotas against China will have come to an end, Indonesia can expect to feel the full force of unfettered Chinese competition.

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Six times a year, Textile Outlook International provides up to 200 pages of expert comment and analysis. A subscription provides an overview of the global fibre, textile and apparel industries. It is essential reading for senior executives in the fibre, textile and apparel industries – and for anyone who is not involved in the industry, but needs to quickly gain an understanding of the key issues.
Reports in Textile Outlook International include:
 country profiles – providing a comprehensive guide to the textile and clothing industries in a range of countries and regions. The reports include an economic and political profile together with a comprehensive overview of the main issues, plus an outlook for the future.
 company profiles – giving you the opportunity to learn from strategies employed by others. Companies profiled recently include retailers, manufacturers, innovators and sourcing companies involved in textiles and apparel as well as smaller companies which illustrate the opportunities for firms which are interested in selected sourcing locations.
 trends in world textile and apparel trade and production – taking into account current issues facing the industry – such as global fibre prices; competition from China and other low cost countries; the elimination of quotas and imposition of selective new ones; relocation of production operations; the impact of economic factors affecting trade; international trade agreements; trade promotion agreements (TPAs); and much more.
 trends in EU and US imports of textiles and clothing – providing comprehensive statistical data and analysis of the top ten supplying countries to the EU and US markets. These reports are updated each year and contain value and volume data as well as average prices and analyses of trends for up to 15 product categories.
 innovations, technological developments, business development opportunities, individual sector analysis and political implications which affect players in the global fibre, textile and apparel industries. Some of the topics which have been covered in recent reports include: new innovations in the textile and clothing industry, such as environmentally friendly textiles, plant based fibres, and developments in textile colorants; innovations in textile machinery; and overviews of the European swimwear, hosiery and lingerie markets.
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