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Various fabrics output witnesses varied trend
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Feb '08
China's total production of various kinds of fabric in December 2007 reached 4.485 billion meters, demonstrating a slight decline of 1.42 percent compared to November. However, a small year-on-year growth of 4.62 percent can be observed from the same time in 2006.

Of the total output, cotton blended fabrics completed 730 million meters, basically same with the previous month; pure chemical fiber cloth reached to nearly 1.19 billion meters, saw a fall of 10.97 percent from November and down 8.11 percent from the same period in 2006.

During December last year, output of various kinds cord fabrics was around 34,700 tons, experienced a plunge by 8.39 percent from the previous month, and a year-on-year decrease of 9.87 percent from the same period in 2006, according to the latest data released by National Bureau of Statistics.

In the period from January to December 2007, country's total production of various kinds of fabrics reached almost 48.57 billion meters, achieved a gain by 12.08 percent from the previous year.

In these 12 months, output of various pure chemical fiber fabrics reached 13.239 billion meters, demonstrated a boost of 9.86 percent from 2006 and around 430,600 tons of various cord fabrics was produced, rising about 16.14 percent from the previous year.

To add to this, in the month of December production of cotton fabric touched nearly 2.56675 billion meters, an increase of 16.14 percent from November. China's cumulative production of cotton fabrics from January-December reached 27.11406 billion meters, representing a year-on-year growth of 15.99 percent.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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