I: Major customers are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with their current garment supplying countries.
1. Asian Garment export capacity is falling. This should not come as a surprise. This trend has been developing for some time. (I have … Read More
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Understanding China’s Success:
China’s ranks #1 as the world’s the world’s largest garment exporter with 38% global market share. Bangladesh ranks #2 with a 5% market share. We all acknowledge that China dominates the global garment export market.
However, few … Read More
Imagine you lived in a country where Government retirement funds averaged $30 per month for most of the population; where for most of the population medical services were free unless you wanted to see a doctor, and education universal provided … Read More
2011 was the worst garment-export year for China in a decade. As of the 10 months ending 31 November 2011, China’s U.S. market share as measured both in units and by value was down over 4% compared with the same … Read More