SE Asia Sourcing Monitor 2011
Clothesource Sourcing Monitors provide the essential information about apparel manufacturing capabilities around the world in the 35 major apparel categories and in over 100 countries.
For each of over 100 supplying countries, the Monitors show apparel manufacturing strengths, and price competitiveness in each of 35 major product categories and seven apparel business groups from 2004 to the first quarter of 2010. They also shows raw material production and processing capacity, and summarise the import duty the US and EU impose on each country, as well as indicating precisely where more detailed information can be got on each of the different complex duty arrangements separately offered . The Monitors provide macroeconomic information on income and inflation and a summary of the logistic and ethical implications of work in the country
For 35 apparel product categories, Monitors shows where the world’s major apparel importing countries – Japan, the US and EU – buy their garments from, how supplier countries’ share has evolved, how supplier countries’ price competitiveness varies between countries, and how countries’ price competitiveness has changed from the abolition of textile quotas at the end of 2004 to the first quarter of 2010
The Clothesource World Apparel Sourcing Monitor provides the essential information about every manufacturing country’s capabilities, competitiveness and effectiveness since quotas were removed in 2005.
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