China’s grip on U.S. footwear imports has been slipping since 2009, leaving room for developing nations to increase their market shares.
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03 Dec 2013
China’s official PMI indicated expansion during November, but the new orders sub-index lost ground and there are signs that GDP growth rates will slow this quarter, according to analysts.
12 Nov 2013
China’s domestic spending shot up this year on Nov. 11 in response to “Singles’ Day” marketing promotions.
07 Nov 2013
The mixed messages evident from China’s latest PMI readings were confirmed by the value of export contracts signed at the Canton Fair, China’s huge import and export jamboree.
05 Nov 2013
China’s official PMI indicated economic expansion last month, but two key manufacturing sub-indexes fell, and analysts now believe GDP growth could slow in the fourth quarter.
02 Sep 2013
The HSBC China Purchasing Managers’ Index, a composite indicator designed to provide a snapshot of operat
15 Aug 2013
Expansion of China’s pulp manufacturing capacity in the last five years has resulted in a “dramatic increase” in the importation of wood chips to supply the new paper mills...
14 Aug 2013
The global economy weakened slightly in the second quarter of 2013, mainly driven by declining optimism in Asia and Latin America, although North America showed signs of continuing recovery...
12 Aug 2013
U.S. footwear imports in 2012 slipped 0.4 percent year-over-year, although they are predicted to rise from $23.4 billion in 2012 to $29.6 billion in 2017...
09 Aug 2013
China’s exports and imports “surprisingly” rebounded in July, offering some hope that the nation’s economy might be stabilizing after more than two years of slowing growth, Reuters reports.