The textile products, including yarn, fibre, fabric, and home textile, imported by the European Union countries from all over the world in 2017 increased by 3 per cent, compared to the previous year, and amounted to 18.3 bn euro. Over 1 bn euro worth of textiles was imported from four countries. The share of these four countries in imports constituted 61.3 per cent. The most important textiles supplier of the European Union is China. It exported textile products worth 5.5 bn euro, followed by Turkey in 2017. According to Eurostat, the EU’s imports of textile products from Turkey last year increased by 0.7 per cent, compared to the previous year, and were valued at 3.3 bn euro. The third largest textiles supplier of the EU is India. Approximately 1.3 bn euro worth of textile products were imported in 2017.