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White Paper on the Textile Industry 2000 - Japan

  • ID: 35467
  • Report
  • November 1999
  • Region: Japan
  • 995 pages
  • Yano Research Institute Ltd
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A comprehensive market data book on the textile industry in Japan, featuring latest statistics and trend reports/analyses by market sector and type of textile/apparel products.
Market sectors focus on consumer market, retails (department stores, volume retailers, specialty stores, etc.), wholesales (for clothing fabrics, apparel products, etc.),and manufacturing.
Product categories include men's clothing, women's clothing/underwear, babies/children's clothing, uniforms (student and work), sports wear, fur/leather wear, bed clothing and night wear interior fabrics (carpet, hangings, etc.), personal belongings (umbrellas, hats/caps, gloves, handkerchiefs/scarves, shoes, and bags) and house wears (towels and aprons), Kimono (Japanese traditional clothing) fabrics, woven fabrics, and knitted fabrics.
Also providing information on the synthetic fiber market, non-woven fabric market, import/export trends and distribution channels.
This publication replaces (since 1998 Jan.).

Our team in Japan have more than 150 expert field researchers covering every important Japanese industry. Each researcher has an established competence and expertise in their specialized industrial/commercial segment of the industry.

We have over 40 years of service, with excellent market recognition and a reputation that permits us to carry out otherwise-difficult research projects, and to ensure the dependability of business intelligence provided to our clients.

We issue more than 200 Japanese market titles (not including over 600 customized single client research projects) every year.

All reports are in Japanese.

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