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Textile & garment export fetches high revenue in July
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Sep '08
According to the available statistics, in the month of July, textile and garment export turnover of Vietnam increased slightly, when compared to June 2008. Various products that experienced rise in demand include jackets, coats, trousers, elastic shirts and kidswear.

The export turnover of elastic shirt increased to almost 3.29 percent over June and nearly 50 percent on-year, and fetched around US $200.5 million. With such high earnings, elastic shirt became the highest revenue generating product in July.

Shipment of jacket earned around $174 million, a hike of 31 percent over June and annual rise of 14 percent. This brings jacket at second place in list of top exporting products after the elastic shirt.

In the same line, exports of trousers also witnessed a boost and earned almost $169 million for the nation. This shows an increase of 7.43 percent and 26.84 percent over June and same period of 2007 respectively.

Vietnam fetched nearly $79.4 million by shipment of coat to various countries, observing a significant hike of 60.95 percent when compared to June and 47.7 percent over July 2007.

T- shirts witnessed 9 and 10 percent increase in export value when compared to June 2008 and July 2007 respectively. Kids wear soared 23 percent over June, however, decreased 9 percent in comparison to July 2007.

Some products that witnessed decline in export value in July, include, fabric, down by 2.6 percent; shorts observing a drop of 39 percent. Vietnam even experienced good demand for textile items like gloves, sweaters, towel and jeans.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - Vietnam


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