Global man-made fiber production: further increasing Chinese domination

September 2015
Chemical Fibers International;Sep2015, Vol. 65, p4
The article reports on the textile yearbook "The Fiber Year 2015," presented at a press conference of the man-made fiber industry association for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland of The Fiber GmbH. It mentions that the report provides information on the developments in the textile and nonwoven industry including cotton stocks, synthetic fiber trends, and global fiber production and domination of China's textile sector.


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