Clothing that can’t be purchased in the U.S. is a $15 billion waste.
That’s according to a new study from the UBS Global Business Services Institute.
The study estimates that clothing that’s manufactured overseas and then sold in the United States is likely costing the U and U.K. between $3.4 billion and $5.4 to $6.4 per person per year.
The report analyzed the costs of clothing and other products produced in China and South Korea and calculated the total costs of the clothing and the goods and services made.
The United Kingdom spent about $8.5 billion on clothing in 2013, according to the report, and the U of K. spent $3 billion.
The U.J.S., the study found, spent about twice as much.
That $3-4 billion figure is about one-third of the $15.4-billion clothing industry in the country, according the study.
The industry has also struggled with competition.
As more people move to urban centers, more people will buy clothing made overseas.
And as manufacturing moves to the U, many people will look for cheaper alternatives.
In a way, clothing made in the developing world is the next frontier for fashion.
But the cost of clothing produced in the Middle East and South Asia is higher, said Mark Johnson, a senior research analyst at the UBRS.
That means the industry has been left with an expensive, inefficient system.
“We need to do more to support the domestic manufacturing, but it’s not going to be the only way,” Johnson said.
The research also found that clothing manufacturers in the developed world tend to spend a larger percentage of their profits on marketing and marketing overhead.
The problem is that in many cases, they also have to pay for shipping costs, which make up about 20 percent of the overall cost of apparel, Johnson said in an interview.
The costs of these two items could total up to $1.2 billion per year in the apparel industry, the report found.
“What is particularly troubling is that the cost is much higher in the Asia-Pacific region than in Europe and the United Kingdom,” said the report.
The apparel industry needs to address these issues to survive, Johnson added.
“The U.UK. and UJ.
K., as well as the rest of the developed countries, are also the ones who are likely to suffer from this.”
The United States and the European Union have pledged to boost their exports to Asia, which accounts for about 40 percent of total apparel imports, the study said.
It also found a lack of awareness about how the costs related to the clothing industry are passed on to consumers.
“There’s a lot of confusion about how to understand and measure the impact of these costs,” Johnson told Reuters Health by email.
“It’s also important to note that in the past there has not been a focus on this issue.”
There’s also a lack and awareness about the impact on consumers of the cost, according in part to research from the University of Minnesota, which analyzed data from the clothing sector for its annual report.
According to the researchers, in the last five years the average cost of an item made in Asia was $2,967.
That compares to the average price in the European and United States, where prices for the same item have been around $3,600.
“Consumers do not have good information on the cost impact of apparel,” the report said.
Johnson said the U-K.
needs to do a better job of educating consumers about the value of the UJ clothing they purchase.
“In the UU. the U J’s garment market is not well-developed,” Johnson added, “and it needs to be.”
The U-J’s apparel market is expected to reach $1 billion by 2020, according UBS, which has also produced the research report.
“They have the luxury of a large U. K. market, which means that they can afford to spend their money on clothing and to produce the product,” he said.
“However, the U BRS research suggests that consumers do not appreciate the value the Uj’s clothing can add to the lives of U. S. residents.
The price of apparel can be significantly higher than that of the United Sates dollar.”
Johnson said that the UBI plan could help.
The plan would give the UJA group the ability to increase its profits by investing in new and expanding factories, Johnson noted.
He also said the plan could be beneficial for the UJS group, which is headquartered in the city of Birmingham, Ala.
The group is currently making clothing for the Middle Eastern market and Johnson said it could increase production in Birmingham and other locations.
The American Council of Learned Societies has said that it supports the UJO plan, which would give companies greater flexibility in how they produce and sell their products.
“If the U JA has the ability and the political will to do this, then the UJB will