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Vietnam Textile and Garment Report 2015
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Vietnam Textile and Garment Report 2015" report to their offering.
The report mainly pays attention to textile and garment value chain of Vietnam.
As can be clearly seen that Vietnam textile industry has advantages in spinning stage.
The figures show that in 2014, synthetic fibers and natural fibers occupied approximately 90% of total fiber production in Vietnam, while only 10% was artificial fibers.
Particularly, the proportion of natural fiber increases nearly 50% compared to that in 2010.
Another strength of Vietnam textile manufacturing is sewing stage, in which the percentage of apparel products grew by 2.5% yoy and the average export growth rate reached a peak at 17.7% in 2014.
Olive Beach will play host to a pop up show with a wide range of clothing and jewellery on May 4.
Curated by Neetu Gupta from women clothing store, The Verandah, it showcases designs by some of the best names in fashion from across the country, including Akaaro, Tilla, Mrinalini, Wh!m, House of Sohn, Rimi Nayak, Tania Mogreacha, Antar-Agni, Urvashi Kaur and Ezra for garments and En Inde, Maya Bazaar and Chicory Chai for jewellery and accessories.
South Asia's clothing and textiles industry can create millions of jobs for the region's working-age women, boosting economic growth and helping improve children's health and education, a World Bank report said.
The industry is already the most female-intensive in much of the region, women making up 71 percent of its workforce in Sri Lanka, 35 percent in India and 34 percent in Bangladesh.
In Pakistan, its share of women workers is second to agriculture.

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