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India Yarn Prices: Domestic and Export Markets (Weekly Report)

2019-03-14 20:26:02| EmergingTextiles.com

Cotton and poly-cotton yarn export prices are sharply rebounding in India, due to a recovery of Chinese demand now offsetting the fall of shipments to Pakistan. Cotton fiber prices are also recovering over state buying and a similar rebound of sales to China. Our review of Indian yarn prices covers the domestic and export markets, including carded and combed cotton, poly-cotton, poly-viscose, 100% polyester and 100% viscose. Major yarn production centres are covered with Tirupur (Tamil Nadu), Bhiwandi (Maharashtra) and Ludhiana (Punjab). Yarn prices are compared with fiber prices offering latest trends of spinners' margins. Market fundamentals are available on a monthly basis, including production and exports.

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