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Europe remains an important market for the consumption of Australian wool in the consumer sector.
Regional economic growth in Benelux is stimulated by the growing consumer consumption.
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France remains the single most influential flagship market for women’s apparel.
The sports industry is highly attractive in Germany/Austria/Switzerland, with the former a significant consumer of premium apparel and of raw wool.
Wool consumption in Spain has increased 16%, mainly in women’s knitwear and for the autumn/winter season.
Italy remains one of the key flagship markets for wool.
Nordic consumers are well educated and know how to select good quality and performance in sportswear, fashion and babywear.
The current economic situation in Russia may force consumers to become less confident in ‘luxury’ spending.
Turkey’s geographical location offers both domestic and export-oriented market opportunities.
The United Kingdom is one of the most important and arguably the most dynamic flagship market in fashion apparel.