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3rd Brazil Apparel Sourcing Show in August 2018, a gateway to S American market

"CEMS-Global USA’s ‘3rd Brazil International Apparel Sourcing Show 2018’ (3rd BIAS 2018) will be held from August 28 to 30, 2018 in Sao Palo. This is the leading apparel sourcing marketplace for a colossal market like Brazil to make in-roads into the South American region. The show will be held in a perfect B2B hub at Sao Paulo, showcasing readymade garment collections from leading manufacturers from all over the world including trims and accessories."

 

 

3rd Brazil Apparel Sourcing Show in August 2018 a gateway to S American

 

CEMS-Global USA’s ‘3rd Brazil International Apparel Sourcing Show 2018’ (3rd BIAS 2018) will be held from August 28 to 30, 2018 in Sao Palo. This is the leading apparel sourcing marketplace for a colossal market like Brazil to make in-roads into the South American region. The show will be held in a perfect B2B hub at Sao Paulo, showcasing readymade garment collections from leading manufacturers from all over the world including trims and accessories.

3rd Brazil Apparel Sourcing Show in August 2018 a gateway to

 

Brazil’s textile industry has ‘a world of untapped potential’. As a BRICS country, it is the 4th largest market in the world for textiles after the US, China and Japan. Brazil’s textile and apparel industry has finally achieved success in terms of its textile and apparel exports, especially exports to Arabic markets. Brazilian exports of textiles and apparel to Arab countries have surged to $3 million during the first two months of 2017, increasing by 87.5 per cent from the same period a year ago. Currently, Arab countries are some of Brazil’s largest markets for textile and apparel exports, particularly for segments such as party wear, children’s wear, and beach wear. The United Arab Emirates had the highest imports of Brazilian textiles and apparel, followed by Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, and Lebanon.

With strong investments in recent years, Brazil is rising as a leading global technical textile producer. Along with global spotlight on the nation, the economy is booming. In 2009, Brazil imported textiles and clothing worth $2.69 billion and $767.07 million respectively, in 2010 it rose to $3.89 billion and $1.07 billion, in 2011 it further increased to $4.45 billion and $1.72 billion respectively and in the first nine months of 2012, it has reached $3.30 billion and $1.64 billion, respectively. Upcoming sports events are expected to drive future growth, analysts expect the apparel & other market to exceed $154,251.6 million by 2017, thus making it a potential market for textile & apparel exports from Asia.

Brazil’s emergence in world trade

The country’s economy is the largest in Latin America and the second largest in the western hemisphere. Brazil is one of the fastest-growing major economies in the world. In future, Brazil is expected to become one of the five largest economies in the world. Brazil’s place as a leader among the world’s emerging economies was first brought to widespread prominence with its inclusion as one of the BRIC countries – the tag given a decade ago to Brazil, Russia, India and China because of their robust economic growth and tremendous market opportunity. Today, Brazil has fulfilled its promise and remains one of the world’s top prospects for business development and exports with its huge market.

The line up

The 3rd BIAS 2018 while being one of the biggest networking hub for Apparel sourcing in Brazil, will also cater to the requirements of the ever-growing readymade apparel / garment requirements of the South American region itself with visitors / buyers coming to visit from all over the region.

 
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