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China Apparel Market Outlook 2016

NEW YORK, Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

China Apparel Market Outlook 2016


China apparel market is going through a very exciting phase, offering immense opportunities for players involved in the business. The market, which on one hand, is struggling due to increasing labor costs and declining overseas demand is growing at an astoundingly high growth rate on the back of increasing domestic market. Besides, factors such as increasing foreign players' participation, rising investments and domestic players' expansion are adding fuel to the ever-growing apparel industry in the country.

In their latest research study, "China Apparel Market Outlook 2016", RNCOS analysts identified the apparel market dynamics in different segments to highlight the areas offering promising possibilities for companies to boost their growth. The market, which is estimated at CNY 857.2 Billion in 2012, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7% during 2012-2016. Further, our analysts had also identified major market attractions prevailing in the country and taking the Apparel Industry to new heights.

In the report, the apparel market has been studied on three distinct levels: Apparel Segments level, Regional level, and Player level. For segment analysis, the market has been divided into eight separate apparel segments and their current and future outlook to 2016 has been analyzed. Through this, our analysts have conducted a thorough opportunity assessment in various apparel segments and highlighted the apparel segments that offer the maximum opportunity for growth. Further, for regional analysis, our team has analyzed existing apparel clusters in China and the major provinces in which they are concentrated.

Besides, our team also analyzed the existing production state of textile materials in the country coupled with the outlook till 2016. Also, to provide a thorough understanding of the major company's business model, company's product portfolio, distribution network and financials have been analyzed. Additionally, the study also covers recent activities of key companies which will help the reader to better understand the current market scenario.

1. Analyst View

2. Research Methodology

3. Country Overview in Context of Apparel Industry

3.1 Macroeconomic Indicators
3.1.1 Real GDP
3.1.2 Purchasing Power
3.1.3 Consumer Expenditure
3.1.4 Demographics
3.2 Market Attractions
3.2.1 Lower-Tier Cities a New Battleground for Apparel Firms
3.2.2 Mobile Shopping Driving Online Sales
3.2.3 Luxury New Store Openings Remain Robust
3.2.4 Apparel makers eyeing Bangladesh as Outsourcing hub

4. Apparel Industry Outlook to 2016

4.1 Market Size
4.2 Apparel Market by Category
4.2.1 Men's Wear
4.2.2 Women's Wear
4.2.3 Children's Wear
4.2.4 Casual Wear
4.3 Specialized Clothing
4.3.1 Sportswear
4.3.2 Trouser and Leather Wear
4.3.3 Woolen and Thermal Wear
4.3.4 Knitted Underwear

5. Textile Material Production

5.1 Yarn
5.2 Chemical Fiber
5.3 Non-woven Textiles
5.4 Cotton

6. Export by Type

6.1 Knitted Garment
6.2 Silk

7. Apparel Clusters

7.1 Zhejiang
7.2 Jiangsu
7.3 Guangdong
7.4 Fujian
7.5 Shandong

8. Industry Players - Key Stats & Recent Activities

8.1 Youngor Group
8.2 Giordano International Limited
8.3 Li Ning Co. Ltd
8.4 Anta Sports Products
8.5 Bosideng International Holdings Ltd.

List of Figures:

Figure 3-1: Real GDP Growth (%), 2010-2016
Figure 3-2: Nominal GDP (Trillion US$), 2010-2016
Figure 3-3: Per Head Disposable Income (US$), 2010-2016
Figure 3-4: Median Household Income (US$), 2010-2016
Figure 3-5: Clothing & Footwear Consumer Expenditure (Billion US$), 2010-2016
Figure 3-6: Population (Million), 2010-2015
Figure 3-7: Online Clothing Sales (Billion CNY), 2010-2013
Figure 4-1: Apparel Market (Billion CNY), 2010-2016
Figure 4-2: Apparel Category's Sales Growth in Department Stores of Different Levels (%), 2009-2011
Figure 4-3: Men's Wear Sales (Million Pieces), 2010-2016
Figure 4-4: Men's Wear Sales by Product (%), 2012
Figure 4-5: Men's Wear in Apparel Sales by Product (%), 2009-2012
Figure 4-6: Women's Wear Sales (Million Pieces), 2010-2016
Figure 4-7: Lingerie Market (Billion Euro), 2010-2016
Figure 4-8: Children's Wear Sales (Million Pieces), 2010-2016
Figure 4-9: Casual Wear Sales (Million Pieces), 2010-2016
Figure 4-10: Casual Wear Sales by Product (%), 2012
Figure 4-11: Casual Wear in Apparel Sales by Product (%), 2009-2012
Figure 4-12: Sportswear Market (Billion CNY), 2010-2016
Figure 4-13: Trousers and Leather Wear Sales (Million Pieces), 2010-2016
Figure 4-14: Woolen and Thermal Wear Sales (Million Pieces), 2010-2016
Figure 4-15: Knitted Underwear Sales (Million Pieces), 2010-2016
Figure 5-1: Textile Production (Trillion CNY), 2010-2012
Figure 5-2: Yarn Production (Million Metric Tons), 2009-2012
Figure 5-3: Chemical Fiber Production (Million Tons), 2009-2012
Figure 5-4: Non-woven Fabrics Production (Million Tons), 2009-2011
Figure 5-5: Cotton Production (Million Metric Tons), MY 2009-10 to MY 2012-13
Figure 6-1: Textile and Apparel Exports (Billion US$), 2009-2012
Figure 6-2: Share of Textile and Apparel Exports (%), 2012
Figure 6-3: Textile and Garment Exports by Country (%), 2012
Figure 6-4: Knitted Garment Exports by Region (%), 2011
Figure 6-5: Silk Export by Country (%), 2011

List of Tables:

Table 3-1: Population Breakup by Age Group (%), 2012 & 2016
Table 4-1: Apparel Sales by Distribution Channel (%), 2011 & 2012
Table 4-2: Apparel Sales by Categories in Major Department Stores (Million Pieces), 2011 & 2012
Table 4-3: Men's Wear Market by Top Brands (%), 2012
Table 4-4: Women's Wear Market by Top Brands (%), 2011 & 2012
Table 4-5: Women's Underwear Market by Top Brand (%), 2011 & 2012
Table 4-6: Children's Wear Market by Top Brand (%), 2011 & 2012
Table 4-7: Casual Wear Market by Top Brand (%), 2011 & 2012
Table 4-8: Sportswear Market by Top Brand (%), 2011 & 2012
Table 5-1: Cotton Production by Major Province (Million Metric Tons), 2010-2012
Table 7-1: Number of Apparel Clusters by Region
Table 7-2: Number of Apparel Clusters by Sub-Sector
Table 7-3: Apparel Products Clusters by Province
Table 7-4: Zhejiang - Key Statistics
Table 7-5: Jiangsu - Key Statistics
Table 7-6: Guangdong - Key Statistics
Table 7-7: Fujian - Key Statistics
Table 7-8: Shandong - Key Statistics

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