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Polyester Fiber & Yarn Price Comparison: China vs. India and Pakistan (Monthly Report)

2018-07-11 20:22:06| EmergingTextiles.com

Spun polyester prices have further risen in June in China whereas staple fiber prices have fallen, with margins again increasing at Chinese plants. By contrast, gross margins have dropped in India where they have reached extremely low levels by historical standards. Our monthly report compares polyester staple fiber and polyester spun yarn prices in China, India and Pakistan, in both local currency terms and US$ terms. Gross margins of spinners are also calculated on a monthly basis. Historical data back to 2007 are available for download.

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