Mill fiber consumption

October 2006
Chemical Fibers International;Oct2006, Vol. 56 Issue 5, p277
The article reports on the increase in mill fiber consumption in Asia in 2005. A 0.6 percent increase in consumption in the man-made fibers sector and a 10 percent increase in cotton were posted. Wool had a 2.4 percent increase. For the period 1998 to 2005, there was a 7.4 percent increase in mill fiber consumption of man-made fibers in the region.


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