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Yarn Price Comparison: China vs India and Pakistan (Weekly Report)

2018-07-12 20:22:56| EmergingTextiles.com

Cotton fiber prices have further risen in the last seven days in India and Pakistan, making it impossible for cotton spinners to lower their price offers. Polyester prices have further risen in Pakistan whereas viscose was declining in China. Our yarn comparison report offers a comprehensive view of 30s or 32s carded yarns in China, India and Pakistan, in local currency and US$ terms on a weekly basis over the last 12 months. 100% cotton, 100% polyester and 100% viscose are being covered with all data available for download.

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