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Natural and Man-Made Fibres in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan: Forecasts to 2005

Published in June 2000

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Chinese production of cotton has fallen, but man-made fibre output is soaring. The report looks at the availability of raw materials used in the manufacture of man-made fibres, and provides comprehensive data on man-made fibre productive capacities and production by plant and fibre type. Production and capacities are forecast to 2005.

The report also examines the future prospects for natural and man-made fibres, yarns and fabrics in the region, taking into account the political and economic situation, future demographic trends, the move from state to private ownership, and the liberalisation of trade which would follow Chinese entry to the World Trade Organisation.