Madagascar

Madagascar Apparel Exports in 1st Quarter 2017 (Country Report)

29 June 2017 - Apparel exports from Madagascar have continued surging to the US market in the first quarter whereas falling to the European Union. Their duty-free access to both US and EU markets offers a decisive advantage to Malagasy exports which should be boosted by a new "Textile City". Our statistical tables provide a comprehensive view of latest export trends with export data over first half 2011-2016. Detailed EU and US import data per category of products over 1st half 2016 are also available. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

US apparel imports from Sub-Sahara challenged in spite of AGOA (Statistical Report)

23 May 2013 - US apparel imports from Sub-Saharan Africa significantly fell in last years, whatever duty-free access and generous rules of origin offered to least developed countries in the region. Our report delivers a comprehensive statistical analysis of US apparel imports for all major sub-saharan countries for the past 7 years compared with total US imports and shipments from CAFTA-DR. Multiple year data from 2005-2012 are available for download. Full Report...   Table Of Content...

Sri Lanka and Madagascar To Lose Duty-Free Access

17 December 2009 - EU's Commission this week officially proposed to withdraw Sri Lanka's duty-free access while the US is expected announcing similar sanction for Madagascar. In both countries, clothing exporters were skeptical of political threat, expecting Brussels and Washington to finally accept a compromise. They apparently were wrong. Full Report...

US Apparel Imports under AGOA Dramatically Fell in May (Statistical Report)

31 July 2009 - US apparel imports from sub-Saharan Africa began dramatically declining in May. Whatever the duty-free access offered by the United States, competition is surging from China while the economic recession is further depressing orders. African prices did not significantly decline this year, in addition. Full Report...

Madagascar Threatened With Losing Duty-Free Access (Country Report)

22 July 2009 - Madagascar is successfully resisting the global crisis but could be removed its duty-free access to the US market after a coup overthrew its former president earlier this year. The only threat of losing AGOA eligibility may depress demand from the United States to the second largest supplier of the US market in Sub-Saharan Africa. Full Report...   Sample Report...

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