A glimpse on the net value added to apparel made in East Asia and sold in America

A glimpse on the net value added to apparel made in East Asia and sold in America

In 2010 the U.S. International Trade Commission published some comparative figures on the net value added to apparel made in East Asia and sold in America

Already during 1990 to 2000 China was eating up an ever growing slice of net added value as can be had from the graph below

US_net_value 

 

Obviously, the share has grown since but there are now new figures available. TextileFuture publishes these somewhat outdated figures because it gives you some food for thought.

www.usitc.gov

www.wto.org


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