China exported 3.6 billion pairs of
slippers worth US$5.14 billion in 2004, a robust increase of
22 percent from 2003. Prices held steady, in spite of higher
costs for materials and labor.
Will manufacturers raise prices? If so, how soon and by
how much? What types of slipper are going to be most in
demand? Which region of China is emerging as a new supply
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