Leather Value Chain Report - National Competitiveness Commission

Leather Value Chain Report

The leather industry is a global manufacturing sector dominated by the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), which produce raw, processed, and finished materials used in the production of leather products, such as footwear, handbags, belts, furniture, automotive seating, soft gloves, and contemporary clothing, among others.

The leather and leather products (LLP) have traditionally been gateways to export diversification and export-oriented industrialization for most developing countries, due to low entry barriers (low fixed costs and relatively simple technology), low absorption by local markets and its labor-intensive nature.

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