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Global Apparel Markets
Issue 17:
1st Quarter 2012

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Talking strategy: Tahir Gürsoy of Mithat Clothing discusses the trends and challenges in the Turkish apparel industry and retail scene
Smart textiles and wearable technology: opportunities for life enhancement and health management
Global apparel markets: product developments and innovations, 1st quarter 2012 (10 pages)
Trade and trade policy: the US clothing import market, 1st quarter 2012 (28 pages)
Global apparel markets: business update, 1st quarter 2012 (33 pages)

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Trade and trade policy: the US clothing import market, 1st quarter 2012

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This report provides vital data and analysis of trends in the US clothing import market. The report also focuses in greater detail on clothing imports into the USA from ten key supplying countries, namely Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, El Salvador, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Pakistan and Vietnam. In 2011 US clothing imports rose strongly in value and reached a record high. However, imports declined in volume, reflecting a surge in the average price of clothing imports. China remained the USA's largest clothing supplier although its share of total US clothing imports declined in value and in volume. As a result, Cambodia, Indonesia and Vietnam all gained market share and, together with Bangladesh, they were the fasting growing major supplying countries in terms of value.

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Global Apparel Markets provides intelligence, analysis and insight on the global apparel and fashion industries.
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