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Japan's Textile & Apparel Imports-Mixed Picture with Concerns

The latest data on Japan's textile and apparel imports reveal a mixed picture in April. While there was a modest year-on-year increase of 1.7%, a significant month-on-month decline of 13.7% raises some concerns. 

Among imports, China remains a dominant player, supplying 108kt of textiles and apparel to Japan. This represents a notable year-on-year growth of 10.5%, emphasizing the ongoing reliance on Chinese imports. 

However, the month-on-month drop of 14.3% suggests potential fluctuations in the market. In terms of import value, Japan's overall import value reached 338.68 billion yen, with clothing accounting for a substantial portion at 240.25 billion yen, indicating robust consumer demand. 

While the figures indicate stability and growth in certain areas, the declining trend from the previous month warrants further analysis.



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