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【英文】瑞信报告:中国运动服务行业研究报告 China Sportswear Sector(60页)

英文研究报告 2019-07-26 33 管理员

China remains at the low-end of the trend line of sportswear retail value per capita against  GDP per capita, suggesting that structural long-term growth is still intact for the China  sportswear sector. China sportswear retail sales market contribution has increased over  the past five years from 6.7% in 2013 to 9.4% in 2018 but is still comparatively lower than  other Asian markets like Singapore at 12.9%, Japan at 13.6% and South Korea at 16.9%.  Moreover, supportive government policies like “Healthy China 2030” should help drive  industry growth as it encourages people to exercise more and be healthy. We forecast overall sportswear industry growth to moderate to a 12% CAGR over the next  three years, from an 18%


CAGR in 2016-18, supported by structural consumer trends  such as: (1) athleisure trend, (2) personalisation and customisation and (3) e-commerce  and social media. While these trends will drive growth, we believe the athleisure trend, in  particular, will increase competition from fashion brands going forward. As the connection  between sportswear and fashion is steadily obscuring, fashion brands like H&M and Zara  have launched their own sportswear series and we believe more fashion brands will follow  suit, adding to the competition. The trend of fashion for fitness has contributed to growth in the sportswear sector, which  has allowed it to outpace the growth in the non-sportswear sector. Over the past five  years, the China sportswear segment has achieved double digit growth, outpacing the  growth of both luxury and non-luxury apparel and the footwear segment. In 2018,  sportswear achieved a 22% YoY growth against luxury apparel and footwear at 17% and  non-luxury apparels and footwear at 10%. However, this growth gap could narrow as  fashion brands start to capture the athleisure trend.


The structural growth of the China sportswear sector will be driven by the backdrop of  supportive government policies. In the past, the government has placed emphasis on  improving healthcare services in the country through a series of reforms. The first  milestone was achieved in 1996, when the government implemented guiding principles for healthcare. Thereafter, in 1998, China formed a social medical insurance system to cover  the basic needs of workers. From 2000-15, a slew of measures have been implemented to  improve healthcare services.  However, an ageing population, exacerbated by the one-child policy of the past has led to  rising healthcare expenditure and concerns over the public pension system. In our view,  while healthcare services remain a very important area of focus, the government has  increased its emphasis on “prevention rather than cure”.


In October 2016, the Chinese  leaders explicitly made healthy living a national political priority and the State Council  introduced the “Healthy China 2030” initiative.  This marks one of the first initiatives with clear targets over the number of people  exercising, displaying the government’s efforts to encourage people to exercise more and  be healthy. The Chinese government targets having 530 mn people taking part in physical  exercise on a regular basis, a 47% increase from the 360 mn people in 2015 and aims to  increase the percentage of residents meeting or exceeding the National Physical  Evaluation Standards to 92% by 2030.

【英文】瑞信报告:中国运动服务行业研究报告 China Sportswear Sector(60页)

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