Apparel Trade Was Quiet in November

U.S. apparel imports dropped in November, further evidence of the declining consumer demand that has retailers and brands curtailing their orders from overseas factories.

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Vietnam Gaining Share of Shrinking US Apparel Imports

Vietnam continued to gain share of U.S. apparel imports in October, putting the country on track for another record year in 2016. But Bangladesh and India have also made inroads, with all gaining at the expense of China.

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US Apparel Imports on Track for First Annual Drop in Seven Years

U.S. apparel imports continued to decline in October, furthering a months-long trend that doesn’t show signs of letting up and setting the stage for the first full-year drop in apparel imports since 2009.

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Despite TPP Limbo, Vietnam Strengthens Position in US Market

Regardless of TPP's future, Vietnam continues to strengthen its hold on the U.S. apparel market. Though still the number two source after China, it has gained the most share of any top 10 apparel trading partners, and is on track to ship a record amount of apparel to the U.S. this year.

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