Global demand for Chinese-made fashion bulges

Global demand for Chinese-made fashion bulges.

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The first four months of the year have made Chinese fashion a source of economic surge. The value of Chinese exports rose to 44.41billion dollars. The data was shared by the General Administration of Customs of China, which said demand was up 51.7 percent over the same period last year. From January to April, China’s export of textile yarns, fabrics, and related products totaled over 43.96 billion dollars, an increase of 18 percent year on year.

The Chinese supply chain is playing a role in bringing in the market value to the market. But this increase in demand, coupled with increases in raw material prices and logistical bottlenecks, is making it difficult for different players to keep prices under control. The sale of cloth increased exponentially with a growth rate of 33.8 percent.

The other countries will now face a daunting challenge against the Chinese textile industry making a back-to-back profit. Still, the data is impressive, as China remains a cornerstone for global fashion exports and a leading manufacturing hub.