USA: Textile Chemicals Market Worth $17bn By 2004 - Report
World demand for textile processing and finishing chemicals is forecast to increase 4.6 per cent a year to more than $17bn in 2004, according to World Textile Chemicals, a new study from The Freedonia Group, Inc. A growing global emphasis on producing higher-value textile goods, coupled with growing environmental regulations, will promote the use of more expensive chemical dyes and finishes.
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