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Decline in Chinese VSF prices slows down
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Jun '12
Latest trends from the Chinese viscose staple fibre (VSF) market show that the decline in prices has slowed down.

Discussion focus of high-end VSF was in the range of 15,300-15,600 Yuan / ton, for mid-end it was about 15,000 Yuan/ ton and low-end was in the range of 14,500-14,700 Yuan / ton.

Market volume rebounded slightly as investors start to unwind monthly settlement policy.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China

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