World Footwear

World Footwear Yearbook 2021

China enters the top 10 of footwear importers

Premium ContentSep 14, 2021 / World Footwear Yearbook
Data is taken from the World Footwear 2021 Yearbook released by APICCAPS, the Portuguese Footwear Association. The publication gives you the most complete picture of the footwear industry

Average worldwide export price exceeds 10 dollars for the first time

Sep 7, 2021 / World Footwear Yearbook
Data is taken from the World Footwear 2021 Yearbook recently released by APICCAPS, the Portuguese Footwear Association

Share of textile footwear exports decreased over last 2 years

Aug 31, 2021 / World Footwear Yearbook
Data is taken from the World Footwear 2021 Yearbook just released by APICCAPS, the Portuguese Footwear Association

European exports increase market share over the last decade

Aug 17, 2021 / World Footwear Yearbook
The conclusion is taken from the World Footwear 2021 Yearbook just released by APICCAPS, the Portuguese Footwear Association

Asia accounts for more than half of global footwear consumption

Aug 10, 2021 / World Footwear Yearbook
In 2020 Asia’s consumption accounted for more than half (55.8%) of the grand total worldwide. Data is taken from the World Footwear 2021 Yearbook just released by APICCAPS, the Portuguese Footwear Association

Growth in production accumulated over a decade wiped away in 2020

Aug 3, 2021 / World Footwear Yearbook
Footwear production was down by 15.8% in 2020. Data is taken from the World Footwear 2021 Yearbook just released by APICCAPS, the Portuguese Footwear Association

2020: a dark year for the footwear industry but better than the worst forecasts

Jul 30, 2021 / World Footwear Yearbook
In 2020 footwear production and exports fell by 15.8% and 19% respectively. Data are taken from the World Footwear 2021 Yearbook just released by APICCAPS, the Portuguese Footwear Association. Previous forecasts were gloomier, and the World Footwear Experts Panel had pointed to a drop in global footwear consumption in 2020 of more than 20%. Final numbers for 2020 in the developed countries of Europe and North America are in line with such expectations. However, Asia and less developed countries outperformed expectations thus supporting a lower plunge in the global footwear industry
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