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Childrenswear in Saudi Arabia

22 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Consumers’ purchasing power was negatively impacted by the economic situation in Saudi Arabia in 2016. This was reflected in sales of apparel and footwear, including childrenswear. However, according to the government’s projected plan, the economic situation is expected to improve over the forecast ...

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Childrenswear in Argentina

22 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
2016 saw falling consumption among all segments of Argentinean society. The economic measures taken by the new national government since December 2015 have had a negative impact on sales of childrenswear, while rising inflation, the devaluation of the local currency and rates rises, together with th...

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Childrenswear in Israel

22 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Childrenswear is a fast-growing apparel category in Israel. This growth is derived mainly from the constantly positive birth rate and the greater willingness of Israeli parents to spend money on their children’s clothing. As sales of childrenswear are growing, more competitors are entering the categ...

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Childrenswear in Turkey

16 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The country’s high population of children and increasing awareness about baby and child care amongst parents continued to have a positive impact on childrenswear in 2016. In addition, rising awareness and sensitivity about child care and baby care increased the demand for high-quality apparel, which...

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Childrenswear in Thailand

15 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Childrenswear experienced a positive performance in 2016, registering current value growth of 4%, to reach THB23.4 billion. Whilst school clothing made a significant contribution to the overall performance of the category, as parents needed to purchase new such products for their children, children ...

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Childrenswear in the Netherlands

09 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Childrenswear grew by 1% in both current value and volume terms in 2016, to reach EUR1.3 billion. Growth was driven by the increased spending by parents on children’s apparel. Despite the short wear time, parents do not want cheap disposable fashion and are willing to spend money on good-quality clo...

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Childrenswear in the US

08 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Childrenswear increased by 4% in current value terms in 2016, to reach USD31.6 billion. Girls’ apparel (designed for ages 4-14) was the largest category within childrenswear, holding a 38% share of value sales in 2016. Boys’ apparel (designed for ages 4-14) was the second largest, accounting for a 3...

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Childrenswear in China

06 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Childrenswear boasted the best performance within overall apparel in China in 2016, increasing by 7% in current value terms, to reach CNY145.0 billion. The major growth engine was the comparatively higher birth rate in 2016, due partly to the Year of the Monkey, which is perceived as one of the luck...

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Childrenswear in Austria

06 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Although in general Austrian parents spend on their children without restraint, consumer confidence dropped in 2016, making them more cautious. This was linked to weak growth in the Austrian economy, higher unemployment as well as political instability in Europe. Consumers spent on groceries and oth...

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Childrenswear in Germany

02 Feb 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
In many ways, childrenswear is being impacted by the same trends and challenges as adult fashion. However, in addition to the increased frequency of sales events and price reductions, the rise of private label and generally dwindling consumer footfall, the category is also being impacted by a contin...

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Childrenswear in France

31 Jan 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Value sales trends in childrenswear continued on a downwards trajectory in 2016 as the category underperformed both womenswear and menswear. There are several factors explaining this poor performance. First, the rising popularity of low priced brands from general apparel and footwear players is push...

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Childrenswear in Spain

31 Jan 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Spanish consumers spent EUR3.0 billion on childrenswear in 2016, following a 1% decline in current value terms. However, in spite of declining birth rates during the last years of the review period, childrenswear grew by 1% in volume terms, which was driven by the low-priced portfolios of companies ...

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Childrenswear in Italy

30 Jan 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Although limited growth is being registered in the numbers of children among the Italian population, this is being compensated for by the seemingly unrestrained spending of parents on their babies and children. The majority of modern Italian households are quite small and consist of one or two child...

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Childrenswear in the United Kingdom

30 Jan 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The social media boom in the UK is encouraging many parents to document and share images of their children at every stage of their development, with this in turn encouraging a growing focus on image and styling for children. Many parents indeed operate social media accounts in their children's name,...

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Childrenswear in Mexico

19 Jan 2017  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Current value sales of childrenswear grew by 10% in 2016, to reach MXN44.8 billion, outperforming both womenswear and menswear, which grew by only 7% and 8% respectively. Despite the steady decline in the fertility rate of Mexican women, increasing disposable income available to spend on children an...

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