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Childrenswear in Hungary

02 Mar 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Childrenswear has been facing challenges in Hungary, which led to a small decline in current terms and stagnation in volume terms in 2016. Second-hand products and cheap childrenswear remained popular in 2016, which hindered its performance in value terms. Meanwhile, volume sales were largely stagna...

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Childrenswear in Greece

02 Mar 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
After several years of political and economic turbulence in Greece, the country’s financial situation is still showing no signs of recovery. Disposable income continued to shrink, as new austerity measures were introduced in 2016, including an increase in taxation and the VAT rate, along with a rise...

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Childrenswear in the Czech Republic

02 Mar 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Baby and toddler wear revived slightly in 2016 in line with an upturn in the birth rate over 2014/2016. The slight rise in the number of live births was linked to good economic development and the increasing number of settled immigrants from Eastern Europe. The modest increase in the 0-3-year-old po...

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Childrenswear in Sweden

02 Mar 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Organic cotton is the most preferred material when it comes to childrenswear amongst Swedes. As the material is produced without pesticides and considered as gentler and softer for the skin, health-concerned parents particularly prefer this material for babies. Parents in Sweden are very concerned a...

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Childrenswear in the United Arab Emirates

02 Mar 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The slowed economic growth has resulted in reduced spending by consumers compared with the review period. However, the purchase of necessary items remains and there is no compromise on items such as clothing for babies, and toddler wear. Consumers look for high quality products to ensure comfort for...

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Childrenswear in the Philippines

01 Mar 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Since the entrance of fast fashion brands into the Philippines during the review period, the range of retail channels and brands offering childrenswear has been growing steadily as these brands also generally dedicate huge amounts of retail space to their childrenswear collections. This trend does n...

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Childrenswear in Ukraine

01 Mar 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
In 2016 a number of Ukrainians had to be highly selective with purchases as incomes levels were much affected by the three-fold currency devaluation over 2014-2015. Many families could primarily afford only basic-necessity products, especially following further tariff increases in 2016. Even spendin...

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Childrenswear in Romania

01 Mar 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Demographic trends affected sales of childrenswear products in Romania over the review period. The size of the population aged 5-9 years did not change from 2014 to 2015 and from 2013 to 2014. In 2016 the number of children in that age category declined slightly from the previous year. This limited ...

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Childrenswear in Portugal

27 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The birth rate in Portugal increased in 2015 for the first time since 2010, with this continuing in 2016 and thus supporting the category’s growth. Nevertheless, the share of the population aged 0-14 stood at 14.4%, down from 16% a decade ago. According to the last available data from the National S...

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Childrenswear in Indonesia

27 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Birth rates were expected to increase in 2016 as the majority of the Indonesian population are in the 15-35 age group, which is the main age range for marriages in the country and therefore a large number of pregnancies was expected. Indonesia’s population between the ages of 0 and 14 accounted for ...

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Childrenswear in Canada

27 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The birth rate in Canada remained fairly low and steady at around 11 births/1,000 population throughout the review period. However, there was a slow increase in the number aged 0-4-years-old, with the number of these children increasing by 1% in 2016 over the previous year and by 3% during the revie...

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Childrenswear in Colombia

24 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Childrenswear achieved a good performance during 2016, with current value growth of 9%, which was higher than the growth seen in both womenswear and menswear. The reason behind this good performance in the context of an economic slowdown is that childrenswear has only a low degree of maturity. There...

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Childrenswear in Denmark

24 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Childrenswear, and especially baby and toddler wear, is increasingly threatened by second-hand and apps such as Reshopper (an app specifically targeting child-related items, where parents can buy and sell used clothes and toys), DBA (an app where users can buy and sell second-hand items, inter alia ...

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Childrenswear in Japan

23 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Childrenswear current value sales remained fairly resilient at the end of the review period, despite ongoing decline in the number of children in Japan. This was largely thanks to the six pockets trend, with small family sizes resulting in many children benefiting from spending not only by their two...

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Childrenswear in Norway

22 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
In 2016, an issue referred to as “the Cubus debate” arose after a well-known Norwegian blogger, Marianne Hennøen, posted a blog entry after overhearing a neighbour stating that “only poor people shop in Cubus”. Cubus is one of the leading brands in Norway, ranking third in overall apparel and second...

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