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Polyester Fiber Prices in China, India and Pakistan (Weekly Report)

2018-09-14 16:22:05| EmergingTextiles.com

Polyester staple fiber prices have begun today declining in China for the first time in weeks. Polyester prices had previously stayed frozen after suddenly surging 30% in a very short period of time by historical standards. The seasonal rebound of China's textile production in this period of the year should limit any fall of polyester prices. Our weekly report covers the Polyester Staple Fiber (PSF) on the domestic markets in China, India, and Pakistan. Polyester filament prices in China are also released, whereas the report includes a price comparison of polyester with cotton and viscose in China.

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