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Production of fabric & blended yarn shrinks in July
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Aug '08
According to the National Bureau of Statistics, in July 2008 clothing production of large scale enterprises reached nearly 1.765 billion pieces. This showcases a significant drop of almost 195.87 million pieces or down 9.99 percent when compared to June, with an annual decline of 21.2 million pieces or 1.19 percent.

Last month the production of woven garments reached almost 793.94 million pieces, less 7.71 percent when compared to June and down 5.32 percent year-on-year. The output of knitted apparel came around 971.17 million pieces, dropping by 11.77 percent from the previous month. However, the country witnessed a year-on-year boost of 2.95 percent.

From January to July 2008, total 11.469 billion pieces were manufactured by large scale industries of China, witnessing a slight growth of 6.21 percent when compared to first seven months of 2007.

Of which, cumulative production of woven garments was around 5.1819 billion pieces, an increase of 2.75 percent from the same time of 2007. Collective output of knitted apparel reached 6.287 billion pieces, enjoying a year-on-year boost of 9.24 percent.

The downward trend was also marked in the production of various kinds of blended yarns made by large scale enterprises in July 2008. The total output reached approximately 210,600 tons last month, a considerable drop of 30,500 tons or 12.65 percent from June, and 13,500 tons or 6.03 percent lower when compared to July 2007.

From January to July this year, total production of various kinds of blended yarns came around 1.44 million tons, it is similar to first seven months of 2007, with only a slight decline of 0.74 percent.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China

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