INDIA: Acrylic Fibre Industry Calls For Protection
By just-style.com | 8 December 2000
The Indian acrylic fibre industry is trying to convince the government that it needs 'protection' from threats such as duty inequalities, stagnant demand, over-production, and cheap imports. The country's consumption has settled at 110,000 tonnes, against a manufacturing capacity of 116,000 tonnes, valuing the sector at US$160 million.
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