EU Clothing Imports

EU Clothing Import Price Comparison in 3rd Quarter and Jan-Sep 2018: China vs. Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Morocco, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnam (Statistical Report)

7 December 2018 - Chinese shipments have plunged this year on EU's clothing import market, with rival countries taking advantage of this historical decline. Bangladesh is the more obvious winner, now ranking first in many HS 4-digit categories, but other origins are also benefiting from the shift our of China, mostly due to their duty-free access to the European Union. Morocco and Tunisia have taken advantage of their proximity, whereas Turkey is seizing opportunities offered by free access, proximity and a sharply lower currency. Our series of comparison tables offer a comprehensive view of EU clothing imports per HS 4-digit category with volume, value and unit price changes, while market shares are also calculated for each major supplying country. Full data are available for download. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

EU Clothing Imports in 3rd Quarter and Jan-Sep 2018: Markets (Quarterly Report)

28 November 2018 - Ahead of Brexit's major disruption, UK's clothing imports have sharply fallen in the third quarter in volume terms amid surging unit prices in dollar terms, if considering direct shipments from outside the European Union. Spain has therefore become the second largest destination, reflecting the success of its apparel chains in the past 15 years. Shipments to other EU's members have steadily risen in third quarter. Our 5-year data from third quarter 2013 reflect long-term trends of European Union clothing markets, offering a comprehensive review of the European Union imports per destination. Our statistical report provides volume, value and unit value changes released in both euro and US$ terms. The full table is available for download. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

EU Clothing Imports in 3rd Quarter and Jan-Sep 2018: Categories (Quarterly Report)

23 November 2018 - EU's clothing imports are now dropping in volume terms due to the fall of the European currencies against the US dollar. Shipments have even sharply declined in a series of product categories whereas imports were resisting in other HS 4-digit categories, as reflected by our tables. Unit prices have begun rebounding in euro terms in the third quarter, with January-September data however still benefiting from the good results of the first two quarters of the year. Statistical tables are published with volume, value and unit value changes in euro and US$ terms, covering 61 and 62 HS chapters (knit and woven clothing). The full table is also available for download with 5-year historical data from third quarter and Jan-Sep 2013. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

E.U. Clothing Imports: Latest and Long-Term Trends (Monthly Report)

22 November 2018 - EU's clothing imports are clearly slowing down, as a result of the fall of the euro. Chinese shipments have sharply dropped in September from a year earlier, whereas imports from Bangladesh were dramatically slowing down. Unit values have bottomed out in euro terms, Our report covers monthly EU clothing import data, with historical trends being analyzed, and a specific focus on China vs Rest of World (RoW) and Bangladesh, and on knit vs woven clothing. Data are supplied in euro and in US dollars with historical data available for download, back to January 2000. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

EU Clothing Imports in 3rd Quarter and January-September 2018: Origins (Statistical Report)

21 November 2018 - China's share of the European Union's clothing imports has sharply dropped in the third quarter of the year in volume terms, as Chinese unit prices were further soaring. Bangladesh has continued taking advantage of China's setback whereas the surge in shipments from Myanmar or Cambodia has followed the relocation of Chinese apparel industry to low-cost countries in Asia. Latest trends are reflected by our comprehensive review of 3rd quarter and January-September data per origin, from 2013-2018. A large number of statistical tables are published, with volume, value and unit value changes released in both euro and US$ terms. The full tables are also available for download. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

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