China stamps dominance in 2016 | Apparel Resources
Home » Markets & Products » Manufacturing Market » China Stamps Dominance In 2016


China stamps dominance in 2016

Share: 
      Newsletter

Apparel Online India December, 16-31, 2016

READ MORE ON BurberryFashion ManufacturingLuxury BrandsMade in China

The Chinese juggernaut continues unabated

However, much of the western world may want to refute the significance of China in the current global political and economic situation the fact remains that the country is ‘unstoppable’ today, looming largely both as a market and manufacturing super power. In the last few years China has been consistently losing on both volumes and value of exports to the world market in garments, implying that the country is challenged by cheaper destinations, forcing it to reduce its prices to keep its huge capacities running. No wonder the country is now downsizing its factories in garmenting, mostly basics. While earlier it was considered ‘the factory of the world’, using its huge human resource to manufacture almost everything under the sun…

SUBSCRIBE TO READ IN FULL

Source: Apparel Online India December, 16-31, 2016
Have some news? Let us know on news@apparelresources.com

Recommended by Apparel Resources

Indian denim industry foresees bright future

India has been at the forefront of denim fabric manufacturing since a long time with Arvind Mills being the flagbearer of denim in India. However, of late many new players...

Companies across India adding more products and exploring newer markets

Players from across the country especially having expertise in floor coverings are expanding further into other product ranges of home...

Asia-Pacific likely to be the fastest growing market for premium denim jeans

The global denim jeans market is valued at around US $ 58 billion and premium denim accounts for roughly 26 per cent of the overall jeans market with the highest...

Unionisation of apparel industry: A perspective

Whosoever is associated with the readymade garment industry in Bangladesh agrees that...

Value Addition & Sustainability – The way forward for Denim Sector

The second largest producer of denim products after China, Bangladesh’s emergence as the preferred destination for denims is beyond questions. According to latest available information, denim products contributed around US...

AO Investigation: Why Jaipur exporters are struggling to even reach Rs. 100 crore-mark?

Some years ago, one well-known Jaipur-based exporter having 3 factories, approached Tesco, H&M and few other such top brands/stores to work with his factories. The factories were even certified but after...

Bottoms – A scene in contrast!

Even as most of the medium-level bottoms manufacturers are struggling to keep afloat, others are constructing new and green facilities for bottoms/trousers/denims. So what is it – the motivation or...

Delhi-NCR, a growing value-added supply chain in knitwear

With increasing focus on comfort and fitness, there has been a rise in the demand for knitwear in the global market. Products like T-shirts, polos, sportswear, undergarments and leggings are...

Asmara in Vietnam: Business growing on the inherent strengths of the country

The recently concluded TPP agreement, with Vietnam as signatory, only adds to the other inherent strengths that the country has in apparel manufacturing from disciplined workforce to political stability. In...