US Apparel Imports

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

11 February 2019 - Threats of additional tariffs have actually boosted China's share of the US apparel market. US apparel imports have declined in November after sharply rising in October, in anticipation of US additional tariffs. Chinese shipments have resisted any decline in November by contrast with a fall from other countries including Vietnam, as buyers of Chinese products have preferred anticipating a 25% increase of import tariffs. Our monthly review covers US apparel import data, with historical trends being analyzed over the 2000-2018 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)

12 December 2018 - US apparel imports have sharply rebounded in October, with shipments rising 14.5% in volume terms from a year earlier. Imports from China have even surged nearly 20% after Chinese prices have significantly fallen. The drop of polyester prices and anticipation of additional US tariffs as of January 1st may have triggered this very unusual volatility of US apparel imports. Our monthly review covers US apparel import data, with historical trends being analyzed over the 2000-2018 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 in Jan-Sep 2018: China vs. Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Mexico and Honduras

27 November 2018 - US apparel imports have very differently moved in the first three quarters of the year, depending on origins and product categories. China remains by far the leading supplier of the US market whereas rival countries have not been able to radically reduce its share in 2018. A surge of tariffs as part of the US-China trade war would of course radically change the picture. Our series of statistical tables offer a comprehensive comparison of volume, value and unit value changes per origin and product category in Jan-Sep 2018. The report also includes a detailed comparison of Chinese price trends vs other origins, through a series of indexes. Unit value changes in percentage terms and market shares per category and per origin are also released. Our full table is available for download. Full Report...    Sample Report...    Table Of Content...

US Apparel Imports in Jan-Sep 2018: China vs. Rest of World (Statistical Report)

20 November 2018 - China has once again lost shares of the US apparel market in the first three quarters of the year. Because of their inability of further lowering prices, Chinese exporters have suffered from competition from other nations, especially in man-made fiber apparel categories where they were supposed to have a decisive advantage. 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 2013-2018. Full Report...    Sample Report...    Table Of Content...

US Apparel Imports in 3rd Quarter and Jan-Sep 2018: Categories (Statistical Report)

14 November 2018 - US cotton apparel imports have stopped falling in volume terms in second and third quarter this year, although unit prices have rebounded. Man-made fiber imports remain firm, thanks to the stability of unit values whereas the surge of wool apparel prices has depressed demand, as reflected by our detailed analysis of US apparel imports per category. Our series of statistical tables offer a comprehensive view of volume, value and unit value changes, compared with previous quarters and years in 2012-18. Full data are available for downloading into a comprehensive table. Full Report...    Sample Report...    Table Of Content...

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