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Children Clothing Sector to Gain Momentum till 2025, States AMID in Its New Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

10 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Children’s clothing sector saw stronger growth in value than in volume terms as of 2015. This pointed up the change in consumer purchasing behaviour within the category. Parents wished style and also substance for what their little ones wore. They have had a tendency to choose branded products over the past few years. A declining birth rate raised consumers’ disposal incomes per child, as they had fewer kids to take care of and could invest in the children they had. In the long run, the domestic children’s clothing sector is set to gain momentum.

Hong Kong-based Chickeeduck Retail led the children’s clothing market with a share of 7% by value in 2015. Due to its broad set of imported brands, local roots, and the strategic locations of its stores, the retailing company was able to maintain the leadership as of 2015, in spite of severe challenges from other fast-mode brands that led to its value share stagnating in the recent past.

New research report bundle “Children's Clothing Market Trends in China” drawn up by Asia Market Information & Development Co. (AMID) offers a comprehensive examination of the children’s clothing industry country-wide.

The publication casts light on the business environment such as economic outlook, financial and fiscal regulations, and prevalent market trends. The research study provides an in-depth analysis of the current market covering development trends, challenges, leading producers. It sheds light on the current burning issues, packaging legislation, domestic retail market trends, and consumer income trends. It also discusses consumer income trends, and consumer expenditure trends region-wise. The report sheds light on the Chinese market entry strategies, explores distribution system and channels in the country, and looks at the transportation and freight infrastructure.

More new cutting-edge market research studies by the publisher can be found at AMID page.


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