SOUTH KOREA: Hyosung ups capacity to meet spandex shortage
By just-style.com | 7 February 2007
South Korean fibre maker Hyosung is expanding production at its facilities in Korea and China to meet shortages in spandex. The company also said it has finalised a deal to buy Tongkook's spandex facility in Zhuhai, China.
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