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Research | Time: Aug 27 2021 10:18AM
Performance of textile and apparel at home and abroad in H1 2021
 
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Preface: 

Since 2020, as COVID-19 pandemic has spread at home and abroad, breaking the original supply and demand state of textile and apparel at home and abroad. However, in 2021, with the improvement of vaccination rate and the recovery of overseas economy, the textile and apparel demand in H1 2021 and whether it will be good in the second half attract much attention. This report mainly reviews the sales ratio of textile and apparel at home and abroad in H1 2021 and expects the supporting and restraining factors in H2 2021.


Contents:

I. Operation status of China' s textile and apparel in H1 2021

  1. Production of China' s textile and apparel in H1 2021 

    1.1 Added value of textile and apparel industry

    1.2 Operating rate of DTY machines and looms at a high level year-on-year

    1.3 Textile and apparel investment and new equipment rose significantly

  2. Textile and apparel consumption in H1 2021

    2.1 Domestic market

    2.2 Export market

    2.3 Inventory of textile and apparel mills

    2.4 High operating rate, high investment and high inventory

    2.5 Autumn and winter orders of weavers placed one month in advance


II. Operation status of foreign textile and apparel in H1 2021

   1. Southeast Asia's textile and apparel exports recovered slightly year-on-year

   2. Southeast Asia's textile and apparel exports weak month-on-month due to a relapse of Covid-19 

   3. Different textile and apparel consumption in Europe, America and Japan

       3.1 Textile and apparel imports of EU, US and Japan

       3.2 Strong retail sales in US 

       3.3 Slow recovery in EU 

       3.4 Japan remained bleak


 III. Main factors affecting textile and apparel consumption at home and abroad in H2 2021

    1. Macro data still supports domestic textile and apparel consumption

    2. High intermediate link inventory burden

    3. Ratio of inventory to sales basically returned to normal despite low overseas inventory

    4. A relapse of Covid-19 affects sales ratio of textile and apparel at home and abroad

    5. High sea freight may continue to disrupt the rhythm of overseas orders


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