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Malaysia: Rubber covers the natural vs synthetic rubber, world data, economic growth of the agriculture sector, planted hectarage on estates and smallholdings, supply and demand of natural rubber, employment, rubber products industry, and regulatory body in Malaysia. It also covers the market trends and outlook, exports, imports, price, world forecast, and future prospects, plus the… » read more

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Indonesia: Textile and Garments covers Indonesia economic overview, Asia-Pacific Textile industry overview, Indonesia Textile industry overview, and the country’s textile development and legislation. It also covers the market trends in terms of textile and garment in Indonesia, plus the comparative matrix and SWOT analysis for the industry of selected leading players: PT Eratex Djaja Tbk,… » read more

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Brazil became the world’s seventh largest economy in 2010 and the country enjoys international recognition as one of the world’s most dynamic developing economies. The textile and clothing industry forms a major part of the country’s manufacturing sector and the domestic market has grown significantly in recent years. The industry also benefits from local sources… » read more

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Dyestuff Market in India 2011 India is considered to be ranked 6th globally in terms of chemical industry volumes. Dyestuff market is under strict environmental regulations which are stricter in developed nations than in India. Such stringent regulations have forced many players to close production units in the West. This has created strong opportunities for… » read more

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The World Nonwovens Industry: Profiles of Ten Leading Producers – 1 of 3 report ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=129724&rt=The-World-Nonwovens-Industry-Profiles-of-Ten-Leading-Producers-1-of-3.html ) assesses that Worldwide sales of nonwoven roll goods grew by only 3% in 2008 to reach US$17.3 bn. Sales of the world’s leading ten companies ranged from US$250 mn to US$1.45 bn and totalled almost US$8.9 bn. All… » read more

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Textiles and clothing opportunities for recycling Recycling in the textile and clothing sector can take several forms. The best known method involves the manufacture of a textile or clothing product from recycled consumer waste—such as plastic bottles or waste polyester yarns or fabrics. Other forms involve the reuse of waste textile and clothing products in… » read more

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