Mexico

U.S. Apparel Import Prices in 2008-2011: China vs. India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Mexico and Honduras

22 March 2012 - Unit prices of US apparel imports surged in the last year, with sharp differences between origins and categories, as reflected by our series of statistical tables offering a comprehensive view of unit price changes and a comparison with world average and China for every apparel category of each major supplying country. Full Report...    Sample Report...    Table Of Content...

Mexico's Apparel Exports Further Rebounding, But... (Country Report)

9 November 2011 - Mexico further enjoyed a rise in apparel exports to the United States over the first eight months of the year, thanks to a lower increase in prices than for most rivals, like China. A falling currency and a lower inflation rate obviously favored exports. Latest monthly data however indicate a possible deterioration in Mexico's competitive advantage. Full Report...    Sample Report...    Table Of Content...

U.S. Apparel Import Prices in 1st Half 2011: China vs. India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Mexico and Honduras

30 August 2011 - Apparel prices rose from all major origins in the first half, but with a sharp difference in annual increases. While prices surged from China, Bangladesh and Pakistan, they very slightly climbed from Indonesia and Vietnam, improving the price competitiveness of these emerging origins. Full Report...    Sample Report...    Table Of Content...

Mexican Apparel Industry Reverses Long-Term Decline (Country Report)

17 June 2011 - Mexico's apparel exports continued steadily rising in the first months of 2011, very far from the sharp decline experienced in the last decade. Mexico successfully specialised in a series of niches while also offering last-minute deliveries to US brands and retailers, as reflected by our series of statistical tables. Full Report...    Sample Report...    Table Of Content...

Mexico in Selective Return to US Market (Country Report)

11 November 2010 - US apparel imports from Mexico began surprisingly recovering in the first part of 2010, after years of decline. The rebound is mostly due to a small number of specific categories where Mexico's competitiveness was not heavily reduced in the past years. Proximity and duty-free access are also contributing to the recovery. Full Report...    Sample Report...    Table Of Content...

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