China is a US$300-$350bn annual fashion retail market, but its economic growth has slowed amid various new uncertainties in recent years. Likewise, while China continued to serve as the largest source of apparel for many Western markets statistically, its prospect is shadowed by the ongoing trade and geopolitical tensions with the United States, increasing competition from other exporting countries, and fashion companies’ switch to nearshoring.

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