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EU Clothing Imports in 1st Quarter 2018: China vs. Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Morocco, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnam (Quarterly Report)

2018-06-13 19:22:55| EmergingTextiles.com

European Union's clothing imports have recovered in the first quarter this year, due to the rebound of the euro and the UK pound. Sharp differences can however been observed depending on product categories and origins, with a few countries being able to lower their export prices and others experiencing a double digit growth of unit values in dollar terms therefore depressing sales. Our comprehensive report offers a detailed view of EU's clothing imports per origin and HS 4-digit category with volume, value and unit price changes. Market shares are also calculated for each major supplying country. Full data are available for download.

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