Apparel Reports

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Apparel Reports

Our apparel reports cover the global clothing market, with Apparel Exports from Asia and US ,EU, and UK Apparel Imports. Trade factors are also covered, including Labor Costs, Currency Markets, Production Costs in China, and Inflation in apparel manufacturing countries.

China Textile & Clothing Production Costs (Monthly)

In May, China's producer prices declined at a slower rate, indicating a potential strengthening of the economic recovery. Our comprehensive statistical report provides an in-depth analysis of China's production costs and consumer prices, with a specific emphasis on the textile and clothing sectors.
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U.S. Apparel Imports: April 2024 (Monthly)

In April, US apparel imports from China plunged in volume for the first time since August 2023, as Chinese unit prices stopped falling. Our report provides a comprehensive picture of monthly US apparel imports with a specific focus on shipments from China and Vietnam. The report displays import data in terms of volumes, values, and unit values. Furthermore, the report explores historical trends spanning from 2000 to 2024. Additionally, it includes an analysis of

UK Clothing Imports: 1st Quarter 2024 (Quarterly Report)

UK's apparel imports declined less significantly in the first quarter in volumes with China rebounding thanks to a sharp fall in its unit prices as observed in EU and US import markets. Our quarterly report covers UK's clothing imports per origin, including knit clothing, woven clothing, and total clothing imports. Quaterly data covering the last four years are published in volume and US$. Read more...

Emerging Currencies: May 2024 (Monthly)

The Bangladeshi Taka experienced a sudden drop in May following a significant decision by the central bank. Meanwhile, the euro and the Sterling have continued to rise against the dollar. Our monthly statistical report presents a comprehensive overview of currency values in low-income nations relative to the US dollar, the euro, the British pound, the Indian rupee, the Pakistani rupee, and the Chinese renminbi over the past five years.
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