Pakistani exhibitors display wide variety of baby garments at Global Village 2012
- Oman: Wednesday, June 27 - 2012 at 09:13
- PRESS RELEASE
Global Village 2012, in addition to providing entertainment shows, games and competitions that will delight kids both young and old now gives doting parents something else to look forward to when it comes to newborns and younger kids.
The textile and clothing industry is the backbone of Pakistan's economy. Pakistan's role as one of the world's leading cotton producers has provided the basis for the textile and clothing industry's development. The top buyers of Pakistani textile goods are: USA, EU, Gulf region, UK, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Italy, Turkey, Germany, Norway, France, Canada, Sweden, and Australia.
The production of garments in Pakistan is concentrated mainly in Lahore, Faisalabad and Karachi. Lahore is reputed for Knitwear, Faisalabad for home textiles while Karachi has established itself in both the knit as well as the woven side of the industry.
Babies wear in Pakistan is a relatively smaller sector when compared with apparel product segments including men and women's wear. Babies knit wear has a larger market than the woven segment. Despite the fact that the babies wear segment is limited to $3.5bn, still it holds the potential to enhance the export earnings through developing and marketing high value added products in this segment.
Global Village 2012 taking place from 21st June-18th July at Samaharam Global Village, Salalah from 5:00pm-12:00am will also include exhibitors from other countries displaying products from the region besides Pakistan namely Qatar, Syria, Oman, UAE, Yemen and China.
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