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Prospects for the textile and clothing industry in Guatemala, June 2011
published in Issue 150, June 2011
The textile and clothing industry and related industries are responsible for up to three-quarters of Guatemala's total industrial workforce. The industry has a strong competitive advantage over its counterparts in Asia, as its labour costs are low and its geographical proximity enables it to fulfill and deliver orders for the US market more quickly. Guatemala is a major source of garments for a number of well known brands - including Abercrombie & Fitch, Calvin Klein, Fruit of the Loom, Gap, JC Penney, Levi Strauss & Co, The Limited, Liz Claiborne, Tommy Hilfiger and Walmart. The report also features a geographical, political and economic profile, export data, an outlook to 2015, and profiles of the Guatemalan manufacturers Liztex and Denimatrix.
Table of Contents
Prospects for the Textile and Clothing Industry in Guatemala
Guatemala: Geographical, Political and Economic Profile
Guatemala: Textile and Clothing Industry Products and Output
Guatemala: Size and Structure of the Textile and Clothing Industry
Guatemala: Textile and Clothing Exports
Guatemala: Foreign Investment in the Textile and Clothing Industry
Outlook: a Future Vision for the Textile and Clothing Industry in Guatemala
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