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Price quotation for import of textile & apparel materials
09
Jun '08
The Ministry of Industry and Trade, Vietnam, recently released price quotation of various materials imported for consumption by local textile and apparel production in the period between May 14 and 30 of this year.

Price for cotton witnessed a marginal decline and stood at US $1,562-1,890 per ton while prices quoted from US was $1,582 ton registering a year on year decline of 6.8 percent.

On the other hand prices quoted from India were pretty much stable at $1,562 per ton while other supplying countries like Mali, Singapore and Mexico had prices fixed at $1,890, $1,790 and $1,770 per ton respectively.

Prices of polyester fibre touched $1.62- 1.75 per kilogram marking an increasing trend largely due to hike in the prices of crude oil in the international market. Those imported from Malaysia stood at $1.7 per kilogram, up by 17.9 percent compared to 2007. Prices of polyester fibre from Taiwan stood at $1.62 per kilogram surging by 10 percent on a year on year basis.

Imported price of 100 percent polyester fabric quoted from US stood at lowest place among all fabric supplying countries, quoted at $0.76 per yard, while the price from China was $0.86 per yard, at $1.25 per yard from Taiwan and at $2.9 per yard from Korea.

Moreover, the 60 and 40 percent polyester fabric imported from China were priced at $2.1 per yard and those sourced from Korea stood at $2.87 per yard.

Besides, import of powernet fabric from Korea and Philippines were quoted at $1.48 per meter and $4.0 per meter respectively.

The price of Tricot fabric imported from Hong Kong stood at $1.02 per meter, while the price sourced from Taiwan was $1.16 per meter.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - Vietnam


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