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According to this latest edition of our perennial report on denim and jeanswear, the denim jean will continue to dominate the world casual clothing market indefinitely. There appears to be no indication that this badge of independence shows any sign of losing its appeal.
Cotton prices will remain low. Consequently, prices of both denim and jeans will continue to be competitive. By 2021, we at just-style do not anticipate the average jeans price rising above US$30.00.
But the location of manufacturing for jeans is uncertain. The current huge political uncertainties in the Middle East and North Africa may well result in the locations of both jeans factories and denim mills changing. The countries most at risk are Tunisia, Egypt and Pakistan. The likely beneficiaries could be Vietnam, Cambodia, parts of South America, and mainly Bangladesh.
This edition of the report pulls together all aspects of the global denim and jeans sector. From cotton production, to garment sourcing, consumer demand to brands and fashion, it builds these facets into a complete picture of what it will take to predict demand for, to source and to sell a pair of jeans in the coming years.
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