Balinese clothes popular in America
DENPASAR: Data from the Central Statistics Agency shows that consumers in America had the highest purchase figures for ready-to-wear clothing from Bali during April 2012, reports Antara news agency.
“Ready-to-wear clothes, non-knitted, were exported with a value of US$6.9 during April 2012, of these 21.64 percent were bought by American consumers,” said the head of BPS, Bali, Gede Suarsa in Denpasar on Saturday.
British importers purchased the second largest amount with 10.48 percent, while Singapore purchased the third largest amount with 8.34 percent. The remainder was exported to Europe and Asia.
Meanwhile, exports of knitted clothing during April 2012 amounted to $2.1 million, with the majority purchased by Singaporean importers at 19.31 percent, followed by Australians at 17.36 percent and British importers at 15.25 percent.