Mexican Interest in Nicaraguan Maquilas

An announcement has been made that the Liverpool department store company will be negotiating the acquisition of textile garments made in the country.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Representatives from the Nicaraguan Association of Textiles and Apparel (Anitec) informed that "... they will meet on Friday September 26 with senior officials of the group in order to find out more specifically about the interest that has been shown in the garments processed in Nicaragua. "

Following this preliminary meeting, it is estimated that representatives from Liverpool will program an exploratory visit for a technical team from the company.

"...Among the export sector it is thought that Grupo Liverpool could stop buying female and male garments from India and procure a supply from Nicaragua. "

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International Textile Trade Fair in Guatemala

March 2014

On May 20th-22nd the XXIII edition of the Apparel Sourcing Show will be held with the presence of companies in the region and international buyers.

The international event will be held at the Grand Tikal Futura Hotel, where it is expected that 500 exhibiting companies will take part along with five thousand potential buyers from various textile countries in Latin America and elsewhere.

Study on Clothes Imports in Panama

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In 2011 the country imported $251 million worth of clothes, an increase of 12% compared to the previous year.

Examples of some of the data in the report:

Imports of men and childrens shirts increased by 46% between 2010 and 2011, going from $18.1 million to $26.5 million imported in 2011.

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