However, domestic consumption remains at a low level with sales of clothes for adults staying at 149.2 million units in February, a 19 percent decrease from January’s figure although the total sales in the past two months rose to 367 million units, up 0.7 percent from last year’s same period. In the meantime, the industry’s export revenue hit US$2.84 billion, an increase of 38.4 percent from a year earlier. In the coming months, MoIT will focus on ironing out snags in productions for enterprises and expanding the delivery network to meet consumer demand. In addition, it will apply modern technology and use local materials and equipment to reduce costs and post all product prices online as required by MoIT.
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