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Indian July MMF product exports rise 15.9% over June
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Aug '13
InfodriveIndia.com announced that India's Man made Staple Fibres exports in July- 2013 has grown to US$ 159.22 M, an increase of 15.93% compared to June 2013.

According to Pradeep, Chief Research Associate of InfodriveIndia.com, compared to June 2013, an increase of USD 159.22 M in July- 2013 has been noticed. Break up of major product categories, major countries and major Indian ports under Man made Staple Fibres is as follows:

A. Exports of Yarn of Synthetic Staple Fibres not put up for Retail Sale has grown month on month basis by 20.39%.
Total value of exports in July- 2013 was 44.72 M, compared to June 2013 , there is a increase of 7.58 M in July- 2013, growth rate in percentage terms is 20.39%, the major destination countries were Turkey, United States, Iran, Brazil and Morocco and major Indian ports were JNPT, Mundra, Ludhiana ICD, Delhi TKD ICD and Tuticorin Sea.
 
B. Exports of Woven Fabrics of Synthetic Staple Fibres has grew month on month basis by 17.56%.
Total value of exports in July- 2013 was 44.64 M, compared to June 2013 , there is a increase of 6.67 M in July- 2013, growth rate in percentage terms is 17.56%, the major destination countries were United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Iran and Bangladesh and major Indian ports were JNPT, Mundra, Bombay Air, Delhi TKD ICD and Mulund CFS.
 
C. Exports of Synthetic Staple Fibres not carded and Combed has grown month on month basis by 5.88%.
Total value of exports in July- 2013 was 22.46 M, compared to June 2013 , there is a increase of 1.25 M in July- 2013, growth rate in percentage terms is 5.88%, the major destination countries were United States, Germany, Belgium, Bangladesh and Iran and major Indian ports were JNPT, Ludhiana ICD, Nagpur, Raxaul and Kanpur ICD.
 
D. Exports of Artificial Staple Fibres not carded and Combed has fallen month on month basis by -1.45%.
Total value of exports in July- 2013 was 10.1 M, compared to June 2013 , there is a decrease of -0.15 M in July- 2013, growth rate in percentage terms is -1.45%, the major destination countries were Pakistan, Turkey, Iran, Bangladesh and Israel and major Indian ports were JNPT, Mundra, Baroda, Pipavab and Raxaul.

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