China has the world's largest consumer group, and the huge consumer potential of the home textile market will be released. In the next few years, the Chinese national textile market is expected to increase by 200 billion to 300 billion yuan in the market. Home textiles, one of the three final product areas of the textile industry, has achieved rapid development since 2000, with an average annual growth rate of over 20%. In 2002, the output value of China's textile industry was approximately 300 billion yuan, and in 2003 it rose to 3,630. Billion yuan, 2004 data is as high as 435.6 billion yuan, according to data released by the China Home Textile Industry Association. In 2006, China's total home textile industry output value was about 654 billion yuan, an increase of 20% compared with 2005.
In 2005, the output value of China's home textile industry reached 545 billion renminbi, an increase of 21% over the 2004 home textile output value. From the perspective of resource consumption, the output value of the home textile industry only accounts for 23% of the country's total textile output value, but the textile consumption of the home textile industry accounts for 1/3 of the entire textile industry, accounting for 1/9 of the world's fiber consumption. There are many more. In 2005, the value of home textiles produced by various home textile towns exceeded RMB 10 billion. Haining, Zhejiang's home textile town, has an output value of more than RMB 15 billion. The five provinces and cities where the home textile industry cluster is located, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Shandong, Shanghai, and Guangzhou are the top five exporters of home textile products. The export volume of the five provinces and cities accounts for 80.04% of the total domestic home textile exports, of which Zhejiang Home Textiles. The industrial development has been particularly rapid. The total export volume of home textile products has reached 3.809 billion U.S. dollars, accounting for 26.86% of the total national textile exports.