17 May 2013 - China regained ground on US apparel market in first quarter, if compared with other nations, thanks to a significant fall of its man-made fiber apparel prices, as reflected by our statistical tables. Our quarterly review compares US apparel imports from China and from Rest of World (RoW) for each category of products, in volume, value and unit value terms. Historical data with percentage change and market shares are available for download since 2009.
14 May 2013 - US apparel imports more rose in man-made fiber apparel categories in first quarter this year than in cotton categories, with unit prices of man-made fiber products even falling. Our series of statistical tables offers a comprehensive view of US apparel imports per category of products, with volume, value and unit value changes, compared with percentage change in previous quarters and previous years.
10 May 2013 - US apparel imports further rose in first quarter of 2013, with demand clearly favoring an emerging Vietnam and a rebounding China. Our quarterly report details shipments to US market per origin, with volume and value changes, market shares, unit value variation, over the four quarters of 2012. Full year data are also available.
9 May 2013 - US apparel imports considerably slowed down in March, after surging in February due to changing dates of Chinese lunar year holidays. Our report covers monthly US apparel import data, with historical trends being analyzed over last 10 years, including cotton vs man-made fiber apparel, and China vs Rest of World (RoW).
25 April 2013 - Unit prices of US man-made fiber apparel imports remained cheaper than for cotton apparel imports in the last seven years, explaining the dramatic shift in US demand away from products made with a more expensive cotton. Our statistical report covers the 2005-2012 period per category of products, with volume, value and unit value changes and indexes. The full historical data are available for download.
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