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Export prices of garments depict mixed trends
14
Oct '08
Exports prices quoted by garment manufacturers and exporters in the first ten days of October, have witnessed a mixed trend for different products compared to prices prevailing in the last week of September.

While on one hand price of elastic shirts destined for the US markets were quoted at US $3.89 per unit, up by 5 percent over the previous ten days closing, that of jacket suits dropped by 18 percent to $10.64 per unit.

Price of trousers for the US market rose marginally by $0.30 per unit to $5.93 per unit. Prices of shirts rose by less than that of trousers to reach $5.83 per unit, a growth of just $0.15 per unit in the period under preview.

However shipments to the Japanese markets brought better realizations for the Vietnamese exporters. Elastic shirt was quoted at $4.55 per unit, Kimono suit $159 per unit, up by 16 percent in comparison to the last week of September. Export prices of shirts rose by $1 per piece to $6.72 per unit on an average.

Exports to Germany witnessed a drop in prices of two products and growth in one. While export prices of elastic shirts dropped to $3.44 per piece from $4.18 per piece that of shirts also fell by $1.75 per unit to $7.32 per unit.

Nevertheless export prices of trousers reversed the trend set by elastic shirts and regular shirts. Prices of trousers ascended to $11.44 per piece in the first ten days of October compared to $8.79 per unit in the last week of September.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - Vietnam


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