EU Textile Production Fell in 2015, Informs Textiles Intelligence in New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
28 Jun 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In 2015, a marginal fall took place in the EU textile production. Local production of clothing slipped, as well to stop at its lowest level if compared to several previous years.
In the meantime, an increase of exports of textiles and clothing to non-EU countries took place in the same year both in terms of value and volume.
Imports of clothing and textiles into EU countries declined in terms of volume in 2015 in the wake of sharp increases seen in average prices for clothing and textile imports of almost all supplying countries.
New research report “World textile and apparel trade and production trends: the EU, June 2016” prepared by Textiles Intelligence Ltd offers a comprehensive guide to trends in the EU market for apparel and textiles. The study starts with an in-depth discussion of general economic trends across EU countries.
It covers GDP growth and looks at consumer price inflation. The report delves deep into private consumption trends and focuses on currency exchange rates. The research study canvasses textile and clothing production. Export and imports dynamics is examined in the research report, too.
The study sheds light on such countries as Austria, Croatia, Belgium, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, Slovenia, and more.
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