28 January 2014 - Turkish textile and clothing exports were very strong in 2013, as reflected by our series of statistical tables. A looming financial crisis may however result in surging uncertainties for Turkish exporters. Our report covers Turkey's textile and apparel exports per per destination and per month, with annual changes. Textile exports are also detailed per category of products.
22 October 2013 - Turkey again demonstrated its ability to compete on the European market, thanks to a strong increase in sales in specific clothing categories, as reflected by our tables and charts comparing EU's clothing imports from Turkey and China for every HS-4 category. Data include volume and value changes, market shares and unit value trends.
8 October 2013 - EU's clothing imports from Turkey recovered in the first seven months of the year, thanks to a surge in Turkish shipments to Spain, reflecting a radical move in sourcing policies of Spanish apparel chains. Our statistical report covers the January-July 2006-2013 period per European market, with volume, value and unit value changes and indexes, such as market shares. The full historical data are available for download.
10 September 2013 - Sourcing strategies are rapidly changing at European buying units, as easily observed in tables covering second quarter this year, which we built from EU's official data. Our series of comparison tables offer a comprehensive view of EU's 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.
13 June 2013 - Turkey's clothing exports are clearly recovering in the first months of 2013, with however sharp differences depending on products and destinations, as reflected by our series of statistical tables. Our report covers Turkey's apparel exports per HS 4-digit category and per destination, with 5-year data in US dollars, euros and liras, % shares of total exports and 5-year indices.
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