TGSD

AcronymDefinition
TGSDToin Gakuen Schule Deutschland (German school): Toin Gakuen School Germany)
TGSDTürkiye Giyim Sanayicileri Derneði (Turkish Clothing Manufacturers' Association)
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While the EU accounts for 80% of Turkey's exports, according to the TGSD, domestic clothing sales are also up this year--(having fallen 15% in 2009)--and exports to emerging markets are faring well, particularly for Turkish-made brands in Tunisia, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Azerbaijan and China.
Turkish Clothing Manufacturers Association (TGSD) has been founded in 1976 with the purpose of preparing the environment necessary for the development of clothing industry in Turkey, becoming a leader for the sector, promoting the sector abroad and achieving sectoral cooperation.
Currently, TGSD has approximately 400 members, all of which are leaders in the Turkish apparel industry.
"TGSD wishes to make use of this positive atmosphere and spread it all around the (textile and ready-to-wear) industry," Negrin said.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Turkish Clothing Manufacturers' Association (TGSD) announced the upcoming 7th ystanbul Fashion Conference at a press conference in ystanbul this morning.
The ystanbul Fashion Conference will be facilitated by the TGSD and is scheduled to take place on May 8-9 at the Shangri-La Bosphorus Hotel.
Commenting that Turkish clothing makers export trousers and shorts at a price that is twice the world average, the Turkish Clothing Industrialists' Association (TGSD) President Cem Negrin said to Sunday's Zaman that Turkish ready-to-wear clothing exports were valued at 6.2 billion euros in the first nine months of the 2012 but were surpassed by Bangladesh, which achieved exports valued at 6.4 billion euros, giving Bangladesh a second place ranking behind China and causing Turkey to drop to third place in export standings.
Assessing a monthly report prepared by the Turkish Clothing Industrialists Association (TGSD), President Cem Negrin said British and German demand for the sector's products "proved to be lifebuoys at a very difficult time for us" due to the ongoing economic crisis in Europe, where some four-fifths of Turkish ready-to-wear clothing exports go.