Childwear is a huge business in China.
The country’s economy grew by nearly 30% between 2008 and 2020, according to the country’s Ministry of Commerce.
And in 2020, China accounted for just over 5% of the world’s overall clothing sales.
The world’s largest clothing company, LVMH, is currently the only clothing brand in the world that does not make its products in China and is heavily reliant on imports.
The emergence of Chinese childwear companies is a major development.
While the vast majority of Chinese clothing is made in China, there is a large global market for Chinese brands, according the United Nations.
In 2016, the Chinese government opened a special administrative region for child clothing in order to promote the countrys growth and increase its economic development.
With the exception of the LVMh Group, child clothing brands are not big names in the U.S. or Europe.
However, they are increasingly big players in the Chinese market.
China has been working hard to increase its exports and exports of its childwear products are on the rise.
According to the International Monetary Fund, China has become a net importer of clothing in the past five years.
In 2018, China exported 4.6 million pairs of children’s clothing, which is an increase of nearly 4 million compared to 2017.
The growth in exports is partly due to an increase in the number of clothing outlets, which have grown from 2,000 to almost 2,400.
Child clothing is also a big driver of domestic consumption, with the average Chinese woman spending around 10% of her income on child clothing, according data from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Despite the growing demand for childwear in China’s market, China’s government has been slow to address the problem.
On the other hand, China is becoming a global leader in terms of the adoption of child-friendly fashion, with more than half of the countries in the OECD using child- and family-friendly clothing.
One of the biggest challenges in the global childwear market is the global supply chain, according Michael Cappelli, founder and managing director of The Cappellis International Fashion Group, which helps brands create and manage the global clothing supply chain.
In China, for example, most of the garments made in the country are manufactured by foreign factories that are in the process of exporting to other countries.
“Child clothing has the potential to play a huge role in the future growth of global apparel supply chains,” Cappello told VICE News.
“The supply chain is a big thing that China is working hard on.
China is a leader in child apparel, so it’s important for them to get involved in it.”
Cappelli said the growing global demand for Chinese child-free clothing and apparel has the capacity to drive an even bigger increase in child-friendliness in the United States.
According to a recent report by the Children’s Defense Fund, the U,S., and Canada account for the majority of the global apparel and child-related clothing imports into the U