Demand for elastane set for significant growth
By Textiles Intelligence | 9 November 2011
Demand for elastane fibres - known as spandex in the US and parts of Asia - is set to grow considerably according to a new report, fuelled by rising sales of sportswear garments in China, Brazil and India.
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