According Fibre2Fashion’s market analysis tool, TexPro. Jackets and blazers accounted for 9.21%, dresses 7.92%, T-shirts 7.20%, accessories 4.83%, socks 4.47%, shirts 4.33%, clothing nightwear 2.42% and skirts 2.32% of total exports. The share of swimwear, baby clothes and sets was less than 2% each.
Garment exports from China, the global textile powerhouse, amounted to $71.423 billion between January and June 2022. Trousers and shorts remain the top garment export products, accounting for 20.36% to $14.542 billion. dollars during the reporting period. The share of coats, sportswear and suits remained negligible at less than 1% each.
China’s garment exports remained stable despite the U.S. embargo on cotton and cotton products originating in the Xinjian region, according to TexPro.
The country’s monthly apparel exports were $18.854 billion in July, $17.328 billion in June, $14.538 billion in May, $10.824 billion in April, $9.719 billion in March and $9.237 billion in February 2022.
Fibre2Fashion (KUL) News Desk