South East Asia Textile Business Review
Textile Media Services is publishing the first edition of the South East Asia Textile Business Review, a unique reference resource of the textile and clothing industries in the 10 member countries of ASEAN – the Association of South East Asian Nations.
With around 120 pages and almost 50 tables, this definitive review provides timely information enabling manufacturers, buying and trading organisations, and marketing associations to make critical decisions about new markets and sourcing opportunities in this rapidly developing region.
Published in August 2009, the first edition of the South East Asia Textile Business Review includes the latest available statistical information on all 10 countries in this emerging market and an in-depth analysis of the current business environment affecting the region’s textile and apparel sector.
The report is a companion product to the Central and Eastern Europe Textile Business Review (3rd edition), which analyses the textile and clothing industries in all 29 countries of Central and Eastern Europe including the former Soviet Union.
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South East Asia Textile Business Review, 1st edition
The textile and apparel sector of South East Asia offers many opportunities as clothing is one of ASEAN’s largest export items. The industry has a complex supply chain in which every link, from agents and buyers to suppliers of fibres and fabrics, can be found in all ASEAN member states.
Within ASEAN, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam have significant competitive advantages in clothing production, while Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam have advantage in textile manufacturing. Most of the other ASEAN member countries also have significant capacities in textile and garment production and trade as current suppliers (Malaysia and Brunei), potential suppliers (Myanmar) or as hubs for intraregional trade as well as trade between the region and rest of the world (Singapore).
And with the rising costs of manufacturing and purchasing textiles and clothing in China, some of the big global apparel buying houses have already switched part of their sourcing to South East Asia. More are likely to follow over the next few years as the region strives to become a significant Asian and international manufacturing and design hub.
This new report will help you to identify:
• key trends in the South East Asian textile and clothing industry
• trends in raw material sources
• the domestic market potential
• opportunities and threats for the region’s textile and clothing sector
• current and future development strategies and programmes
The report features in-depth profiles of the 10 member countries of ASEAN: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam.