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World textile and apparel trade and production trends: the USA, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, February 2022
published in Issue 212, February 2022
This latest report in our flagship series contains statistical data, information and insight into the textile and apparel industries in the USA, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico. The report presents a wealth of information, and is essential for anyone who is considering sourcing from, selling to or investing in these countries or their export markets. In particular, the report includes detailed information on domestic production and exports of textiles and clothing by type and destination. The report notes that US textile and clothing imports declined in value and volume terms in 2020, reflecting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, although they rebounded sharply during January-November 2021. US textile and clothing production and exports also fell in 2020 but both were up during January-November 2021. In Argentina, textile and clothing exports declined sharply in 2020 but there was a significant rebound during January-September 2021. There were also falls in textile and clothing production, imports and retail sales in 2020 but all three were up markedly during January-September 2021. In Brazil, textile and clothing exports rose in 2020 and they were up significantly during January-October 2021. Also, there were increases in textile and clothing production in 2020 and during January-November 2021. Textile and clothing imports, meanwhile, declined in 2020 but they rebounded sharply during January-October 2021. In Colombia, textile and clothing exports fell in 2020 but they rebounded sharply during January-November 2021. Mirroring these trends, textile and clothing production declined in 2020 but it was up during January-October 2021. In Mexico, textile and clothing exports declined in 2020 but they were up significantly during January-October 2021. Textile and clothing imports also fell in 2020 and so did textile and clothing production. But production rebounded sharply during January-October 2021.
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