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Garment Trade's Next Revolution: What's Likely To Change by 2015 Reviews The Changes Likely To Start Transforming The Industry Again From About 2012
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By Maxamillion Blick
Published on 08/6/2010
 

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The Garment Trade's Next Revolution: what's likely to change by 2015" report to their offering.

“The Garment Trade's Next Revolution: what's likely to change by 2015”

The Garment Trade's Next Revolution: What's likely to change between 2010 and 2015" looks at the key changes in retailer, brand, consumer and manufacturer needs that will influence the world garment trade between now and 2015.


The Garment Trade's Next Revolution: What's Likely To Change by 2015 Reviews The Changes L

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The Garment Trade's Next Revolution: what's likely to change by 2015" report to their offering.

“The Garment Trade's Next Revolution: what's likely to change by 2015”

The Garment Trade's Next Revolution: What's likely to change between 2010 and 2015" looks at the key changes in retailer, brand, consumer and manufacturer needs that will influence the world garment trade between now and 2015.

In the past 20 years, the number of garments being imported into rich countries has increased sixfold almost entirely the result of production being relocated (and often re-relocated) for greater efficiency. But between 2010 and 2015, the market may be just as revolutionised as it was between 2005 and 2010 by some crucial changes in the trading environment. Above all, the imminent decline in the number of Chinese of working age but also by further changes in Customs rules, in buyers requirements, and in increasingly scarce and costly cotton and power supplies. The Garment Trades Next Revolution: what's likely to change by 2015 reviews the changes likely to start transforming the industry again from about 2012, and makes specific, country by country, predictions about their effect on the garment trade in the leading 80 garment exporting countries.

Initial buyers get a FREE copy of edition 2, when we revise our forecasts in the light of new events and reader and commentator feedback.

Executive Summary:

NEW survey of the forthcoming garment revolution

Their new report reviews the changes likely to start transforming the industry again from about 2012, and makes specific, country by country, predictions about their effect on the garment trade in the leading 80 garment exporting countries.

In the past 20 years, the number of garments being imported into rich countries has increased sixfold - almost entirely the result of production being relocated (and often re-relocated) for greater efficiency).

But between 2010 and 2015, the market may be just as revolutionised as it was between 2005 and 2010 by some crucial changes in the trading environment. Above all, the imminent decline in the number of Chinese of working age - but also by further changes in Customs rules, in buyers' requirements, and in increasingly scarce and costly cotton and power supplies.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
  • 2009: How a 20-year emerging-market garment-making boom went into reverse
  • Changes among garment makers: 2000-2009
  • Changes among buyers: 2000-2009
  • Principles underlying sourcing: 2010-2015
  • 5 Countries
  • 6 General conclusions
  • 7. Recent History: Major supplying countries
  • 8. Assumptions for 2015 forecasts
  • 9. General Environmental Forecasts for 100 countries
  • 10. 2010-2015 Forecasts
  • Tables
  • Figures

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/803f60/the_garment_trade