THAILAND: Clothing Exports Fall Except In Asean
Worldwide exports of Thai garments totalled US$1.53 billion in the first six months, down 5.3 per cent compared with last year.
Exports to the US were $802.40 million, down by 4.03 per cent and shipments to the European Union were $333.41, down 10.29 per cent.
By contrast, shipments to other Asean members totalled $29.81 million, up by 14.43 per cent.
The Thai Garment Manufacturers' Association has blamed the global economic slowdown.
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