declining cost of clothes!

India
November 24, 2008 10:12pm CST
what do you have to sayy! is the declining cost of the clothes related to liquidity of the market?the fall of market?
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4 responses
@MKBORA (80)
• India
27 Nov 08
hi doctor, as far as i know, you are from pune na... well i can't say about pune, but here in bangalore i can't see any thing like this... its like normal here, the usual price. and if it is cheap there than its good for the poor people who can now have some cloths to be protected from the coming winter. oho winter is coming, bangalore is already too cool... what about pune???
@celticeagle (114537)
• Boise, Idaho
27 Nov 08
No! It is because of how cheaply they are being made. Fake materials. No real silk or wool or anything anymore. No itchy, no realism. So cheap!
@Pigglies (9340)
• United States
25 Nov 08
Around here clothes are only declining in price if the stores are going out of business. Other than that, prices are basically the same.
@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
25 Nov 08
I beleive that prices on most things are falling down becouse of the falling market. Not only that, but also jobs is disappering, people are losing their jobs, their sallarys and therefore they have nothing to by stuff for and every type of store will be losing money and things will therefore be cheaper. It is a chain react from the big crush of the global finance market. Many different things in the global and local community will be affected by it.