The first ten months of 2006 the textile exports of China reached $120.39 billion and the imports were $14.63 resulting in a trade surplus of $107.55 billion.

Chinese textile manufacturers move towards technical improvement and branding.

About half of the total amount of the country’s textile investment is spent on imported equipment.

About 70% of the fabrics used for making export-oriented garments are produced domestically.

Branding is also emphasized lately. Chinese manufacturers try to gain this way recognition worldwide and locally too.

USA and Europe try to stop the huge flow of chinese textile goods but they are not able to compete against the cheap labor costs of the asian country.

 

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