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This report provides vital analysis of the EU clothing import market including data relating to around 50 categories of apparel imports from the leading ten supplying countries, including:
In the year ending June 30, 2013, EU clothing imports fell in value by 2.6%, although they remained higher than the levels seen prior to 2011. In volume terms, however, EU clothing imports were at their lowest level since 2005.
At the same time, the average price of EU clothing imports rose by 1.8% to its highest level since 2002. EU clothing imports were up in value and volume terms from six of the top ten supplying countries. The fastest growth was seen in imports from Cambodia, followed by those from Bangladesh and Pakistan. By contrast, imports from China -- the EU's leading clothing supplying country -- fell.
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