US Apparel Imports

US Apparel Imports in 1st Half 2017: Category Analysis (Statistical Report)

11 October 2017 - US buyers have continued shifting orders from cotton to man-made fiber categories in the first half, therefore favoring countries able to provide these products like Vietnam, to the detriment of origins focused on 100% cotton apparel, like Bangladesh. The structural move has also boosted imports from Central American countries in specific product categories. This is clearly reflected by our series of tables offering a detailed view of US imports per origin in the first half this year, for major cotton and man-made fiber categories. Full data are extracted from our database covering a 5-year period, and available to premium subscribers. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

U.S. Apparel Imports: Latest and Long-Term Trends (Monthly Report)

9 October 2017 - US apparel imports have continued slightly falling in volume terms in August, with unit prices less declining than in previous months which could announce a sharper decline of the US market in coming months. Our monthly review covers US apparel import data, with historical trends being analyzed over the 2000-2017 period including cotton vs man-made fiber apparel, and China vs Rest of World (RoW) and vs Vietnam. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

U.S. Apparel Imports: Latest and Long-Term Trends (Monthly Report)

11 September 2017 - US apparel imports have continued stagnating in July, amid rising difficulties in lowering unit prices, especially for products from China. Our monthly review covers US apparel import data, with historical trends being analyzed over the 2000-2017 period including cotton vs man-made fiber apparel, and China vs Rest of World (RoW) and vs Vietnam. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

U.S. Apparel Import Prices in 1st Half 2017: China vs. India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Mexico and Honduras

6 September 2017 - Unit prices of Chinese products imported by the United States have significantly fallen over the first half this year whereas other suppliers have not been able to follow, with sharp difference depending on apparel categories, however. This is clearly reflected by our series of statistical tables offering a comprehensive comparison of unit values per origin and product category. The report also includes a detailed comparison of Chinese price trends vs other origins, through a series of indexes. Our full table is available for download. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

US Apparel Imports in 1st Half 2017: China vs. Rest of World (Statistical Report)

5 September 2017 - China has gained shares of the US apparel import market in volume terms, in the first half this year. Such a recovery has been allowed by a fall of unit prices with Chinese shipments actually losing market shares in value terms. The picture is however very contrasted, depending on apparel categories. This is reflected by our statistical review comparing US apparel imports from China with shipments from Rest of the World (RoW) for every category of products, in volume, value and unit value terms. Historical data cover the first half of the past five years, from 2012-2017. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

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