Featured reports from just-style's research store this week include a look into the clothing, accessories and luxury retail channels in India, a market research report on the apparel manufacturing sector in the UK and a SWOT analysis of department store chain Debenhams.

  • Clothing, Accessories and Luxury Goods Retailing in India
    Use this report to discover how this sector's share of total retail sales is changing. Identify fast growth channels in the country for this particular sector and the markets within it. Understand the future direction of the sector and its segments with reliable historical data and five year forecasting.
  • Hosiery in the United Kingdom
    Use this report to get a detailed picture of the market. Use it to pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change. It provides a picture of the competitive environment, the market's major players and leading brands.
  • Sri Lanka - ISA Country Report
    This report contains detailed forecasts and analysis, including trade and investment analysis, economic forecasts, political risk assessments and demographic trend analysis. The report contains detailed economic data and forecasts, analysis of trade and investment opportunities and coverage of the key political issues facing the country.
  • Debenhams plc: Company Profile and SWOT Analysis
    The profile contains a company overview, business description, financial ratios, competitor benchmarking data, SWOT analysis, key facts, information on products and services, details of locations and subsidiaries, plus information on key news events affecting the company.
  • Statistics: Mill Consumption of Fibres and Fibre Production in Asia, 2011 edition
    This report includes statistical data and analysis of mill consumption of fibres and fibre production in Asia for the period 2003-10. The report covers several regions and provides detailed data for: China and Hong Kong; Japan, South Korea and Taiwan; South-East Asia; and South Asia. In addition to the statistics, the data are broken down into cotton fibres, wool fibres, man-made cellulosic fibres and synthetic fibres.
  • The Clothesource Guide to the world's apparel trade regulations 2012-2016 Edition
    Understanding trade regulations has never been so important. Many traders expect further EU or US barriers against China to be built, the EU, Japan and Australia are stepping up the pace of duty-free trading with South East Asia, the EU is getting closer to free trade with India and more and more emerging-market garment makers want their government to get duty-free access to major importers. This is an essential read for those involved in the industry.