PORTUGAL: Spain Still Main Importer Of Cotton Shirts
Portugal was the second biggest exporter of men's cotton shirts to Spain last year, the Portuguese Centre for Applied Textile Studies (CENESTAP) has revealed.
According to the latest figures, only Italy exported more cotton shirts to Spain in 2001, with Portuguese firms earnings a 12.8 per cent share of the Spanish cotton shirt import market.
CENESTAP added that 2001 market share was worth around 22 million euros ($19 million).
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