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Womenswear: Global Industry Almanac, MarketLine

NEW YORK, Feb. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Womenswear: Global Industry Almanac, MarketLine
http://www.reportlinker.com/p02012711/Womenswear-Global-Industry-Almanac-MarketLine.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Women's_Clothing

Introduction

Global womenswear industry guide provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market size (value and volume , and forecast to 2017). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market.

Features and benefits

* Save time carrying out entry-level research by identifying the size, growth, and leading players in the global womenswear market
* Use the Five Forces analysis to determine the competitive intensity and therefore attractiveness of the global womenswear market
* Leading company profiles reveal details of key womenswear market players' global operations and financial performance
* Add weight to presentations and pitches by understanding the future growth prospects of the market with five year forecasts by both value and volume

Highlights

The global womenswear market is expected to generate total revenue of $633,922.8 million in 2012, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.1% between 2008 and 2012.
Sales generated through clothing, footwear, sportswear & accessories retailers are expected to be the most lucrative for the global womenswear market in 2012, with total revenues of $437,001.2 million, equivalent to 68.9% of the market's overall value
The performance of the market is forecast to accelerate, with an anticipated CAGR of 3.6% for the five-year period 2012 - 2017, which is expected to drive the market to a value of $757,238.2 million by the end of 2017

Your key questions answered

* What was the size of the global womenswear market by value in 2012?
* What will be the size of the global womenswear market in 2017?
* What factors are affecting the strength of competition in the global womenswear market?
* How has the market performed over the last five years?
* How large is the global womenswear market in relation to its regional counterparts?
TABLE OF CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2
Market value 2
Market value forecast 2
Geography segmentation 2
Introduction 35
What is this report about? 35
Who is the target reader? 35
How to use this report 35
Definitions 35
Global Womenswear 36
Market Overview 36
Market Data 37
Market Segmentation 38
Market outlook 40
Five forces analysis 41
Womenswear in Asia-Pacific 47
Market Overview 47
Market Data 48
Market Segmentation 49
Market outlook 51
Five forces analysis 52
Womenswear in Europe 58
Market Overview 58
Market Data 59
Market Segmentation 60
Market outlook 62
Five forces analysis 63
Womenswear in France 69
Market Overview 69
Market Data 70
Market Segmentation 71
Market outlook 73
Five forces analysis 74
Macroeconomic indicators 80
Womenswear in Germany 82
Market Overview 82
Market Data 83
Market Segmentation 84
Market outlook 86
Five forces analysis 87
Macroeconomic indicators 93
Womenswear in Australia 95
Market Overview 95
Market Data 96
Market Segmentation 97
Market outlook 99
Five forces analysis 100
Macroeconomic indicators 106
Womenswear in Belgium 108
Market Overview 108
Market Data 109
Market Segmentation 110
Market outlook 112
Five forces analysis 113
Macroeconomic indicators 119
Womenswear in Brazil 121
Market Overview 121
Market Data 122
Market Segmentation 123
Market outlook 125
Five forces analysis 126
Macroeconomic indicators 132
Womenswear in Canada 134
Market Overview 134
Market Data 135
Market Segmentation 136
Market outlook 138
Five forces analysis 139
Macroeconomic indicators 145
Womenswear in China 147
Market Overview 147
Market Data 148
Market Segmentation 149
Market outlook 151
Five forces analysis 152
Macroeconomic indicators 158
Womenswear in The Czech Republic 160
Market Overview 160
Market Data 161
Market Segmentation 162
Market outlook 164
Five forces analysis 165
Macroeconomic indicators 171
Womenswear in Denmark 173
Market Overview 173
Market Data 174
Market Segmentation 175
Market outlook 177
Five forces analysis 178
Macroeconomic indicators 184
Womenswear in Hungary 186
Market Overview 186
Market Data 187
Market Segmentation 188
Market outlook 190
Five forces analysis 191
Macroeconomic indicators 197
Womenswear in India 199
Market Overview 199
Market Data 200
Market Segmentation 201
Market outlook 203
Five forces analysis 204
Macroeconomic indicators 210
Womenswear in Italy 212
Market Overview 212
Market Data 213
Market Segmentation 214
Market outlook 216
Five forces analysis 217
Macroeconomic indicators 223
Womenswear in Japan 225
Market Overview 225
Market Data 226
Market Segmentation 227
Market outlook 229
Five forces analysis 230
Macroeconomic indicators 236
Womenswear in Mexico 238
Market Overview 238
Market Data 239
Market Segmentation 240
Market outlook 242
Five forces analysis 243
Macroeconomic indicators 249
Womenswear in The Netherlands 251
Market Overview 251
Market Data 252
Market Segmentation 253
Market outlook 255
Five forces analysis 256
Macroeconomic indicators 262
Womenswear in Norway 264
Market Overview 264
Market Data 265
Market Segmentation 266
Market outlook 268
Five forces analysis 269
Macroeconomic indicators 275
Womenswear in Poland 277
Market Overview 277
Market Data 278
Market Segmentation 279
Market outlook 281
Five forces analysis 282
Macroeconomic indicators 288
Womenswear in Russia 290
Market Overview 290
Market Data 291
Market Segmentation 292
Market outlook 294
Five forces analysis 295
Macroeconomic indicators 301
Womenswear in Singapore 303
Market Overview 303
Market Data 304
Market Segmentation 305
Market outlook 307
Five forces analysis 308
Macroeconomic indicators 314
Womenswear in South Africa 316
Market Overview 316
Market Data 317
Market Segmentation 318
Market outlook 319
Five forces analysis 320
Macroeconomic indicators 326
Womenswear in South Korea 328
Market Overview 328
Market Data 329
Market Segmentation 330
Market outlook 332
Five forces analysis 333
Macroeconomic indicators 339
Womenswear in Spain 341
Market Overview 341
Market Data 342
Market Segmentation 343
Market outlook 345
Five forces analysis 346
Macroeconomic indicators 352
Womenswear in Sweden 354
Market Overview 354
Market Data 355
Market Segmentation 356
Market outlook 358
Five forces analysis 359
Macroeconomic indicators 365
Womenswear in The United Kingdom 367
Market Overview 367
Market Data 368
Market Segmentation 369
Market outlook 371
Five forces analysis 372
Macroeconomic indicators 378
Womenswear in The United States 380
Market Overview 380
Market Data 381
Market Segmentation 382
Market outlook 384
Five forces analysis 385
Macroeconomic indicators 391
Company Profiles 393
Leading companies 393
Appendix 489
Methodology 489




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