Trends in EU textile and clothing imports, June 2014 is a new market research publication announced by Reportstack. This 2014 update provides indispensable insight for any textile and clothing company supplying goods to international markets in general, as well as to the EU region, and for strategists looking to undertake competitor analysis. In this report, Textiles Intelligence reveals trends in EU imports and import prices of textiles and clothing as a whole and of 15 major product categories -- namely cotton yarn, fabrics woven from synthetic staple fibres, fabrics woven from synthetic filament yarn, T-shirts, pullovers, women's blouses, men's shirts, women's overcoats, women's dresses, women's skirts, women's suits, men's trousers, men's denim trousers, women's trousers and women's denim trousers. The report notes that EU textile and clothing imports rose in value in 2013 following a decline in the previous year and, as a result, imports remained short of the peak reached in 2011. In volume terms, imports rose faster but remained below the levels reached during 2007-08 and 2010-11. The report also notes that there were falls in the average prices of textile and clothing imports from nine of the EU's ten largest supplying countries. The report includes an appendix containing information and data on exchange rates, the effect of quota liberalisation on EU imports, the impact of China's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), and the impact of the elimination of China safeguard restrictions on EU imports from China and EU imports from Vietnam.
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