USA: Synthetic Fibre Market To Grow Five Per Cent Per Year - Report
Global mill fibre consumption of man-made fibres will grow over five per cent annually, with continued gains over natural fibres. The report, "World textile fibres to 2003" from the Freedonia group, found that synthetics such as polyester and olefins would continue to grow the fastest, with rayon, acetate and lyocell leading gains in cellulosics. The Chinese, Indian and North American markets will support the global average.
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