SOUTH KOREA: China's Chemical Fibre Output Set To Soar
China's fibre industry is on course to produce more than 10 million tons of chemical fibre next year, the Korea Chemical Fibres Association (KCFA) said on Friday. The KCFA said that based on China's rising per-capita fibre consumption and rates of natural population increase, its output should rise 12-15 per cent a year from nine million tons in 2002, to over 12 million tons in 2005.
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