US Clothing Import Sector Canvassed by Textiles Intelligence in New Comprehensive Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
24 Jul 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – As of 2014, clothing imports in the USA reached record highs in both value and in volume terms. The average price of the clothing imports to the country posted a third consecutive annual decline, though remaining above the 2005-2010 levels. China continued to be the country’s largest clothing supplier as of 2014. Additionally, the volume of US clothing imports from China increased, resulting in a hike in the Chinese share of total US imports. However, in terms of value, imports surged only marginally, which led to a decline in the share of China. Imports from India, Vietnam and Sri Lanka grew at far faster rates as against imports from China, and all of the 3 nations expanded market share, in terms of both volume and value. However, imports from Bangladesh, Indonesia and Cambodia declined, leading to their loss of market share. Meantime, imports from Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico and El Salvador rose at a moderate pace in value, with hardly any changes in terms of volume. Thus, the countries more or less retained their market shares.
New cutting-edge research study “Trade and Trade Policy: The US Clothing Import Market, July 2015” drawn up by Textiles Intelligence provides an insightful guide to the USA’s clothing import industry.
The market research report provides vital data and analysis of trends in the market. It particularly on clothing imports into the country from the 10 leading supplying nations, such as Bangladesh, China, El Salvador, Indonesia, Cambodia, Honduras, Sri Lanka, India, Vietnam and Mexico. Comprehensive statistical data in the study are provided for the period from 2012 to 2014.
Trade and Trade Policy: The US Clothing Import Market, July 2015
Published: July, 2015
Price: US$ 785.00
More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Textiles Intelligence page.