Italy declares drop of one third in leather exports for 2020

15 January 2021

Leather goods included in these figures range from briefcases and document holders, through travel accessories, bags, belts and smaller leather goods. 66% of these revenues were from leather bags (€1.7bn) but are experiencing a 30% decline from 2019.

Smaller goods and belts, which are the second and third-largest categories, experienced 44.3% and 41.6% falls, and were valued at €409.3m and €246.8m.

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