By  on June 24, 2014

While the international jeans market may have registered assorted up and downs these past few years, a recent study of the denim business in the European Union shows a healthy recovery for European imports in 2013.

According to a study released by Messe Frankfurt-Texworld, jeans sales in the 27 EU countries rose 4.4 percent to reach a record worth of 3.69 billion euros, or $4.9 billion at average exchange, for 2013. Between 2007 and 2013, jeans imports in the EU rose 5.3 percent annually, compared with 2.2 percent growth in overall apparel imports.

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