Analysis of the Restrictive Elements of China's Textile Industry in Upgrading Based on “Value Chain”

Tong Yang, Meilin He, Aixiang Zhang

Abstract


Our country’s textile industry is in the producing and processing field in the global value chain, so textiles’ added
value is low and profit margins is narrow. Developed countries take up fields of high-grade fabrics production
and advanced textile machinery manufacture. Because textile fabrics, textile machinery and equipment of
China's textile industry fall behind developed countries, product quality and product variety can not yet fully
meet the market demand, and can not compete with developed countries. In order to quicken the upgrade pace of
textile industry, this paper brings forward some measures on the Chinese textile fabrics and textile machinery
deficiencies.

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