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With Fibre2Fashion correspondent Cindrella Thawani, Wilson Andrade opines about the resilient features of Brazilian market towards natural fibres. Synopsis: The Natural Fibres Industry Union in the State of Bahia brings together companies in the areas of natural fibres, mainly sisal, piassava and coconut. Besides, offers support for relations between associates, contributors and government together with businessmen in the area. Currently, Wilson Andrade is the CEO of Sindifibras- Union of Vegetal Fiber Industries of Bahia. Moreover, he is the Chairman of INFO – International Natural Fibres Organization-Amsterdam; Chairman of Chamber of Natural Fibres at Agriculture Ministry in Brasil; Chairman of Intergovernamental Group on Natural Fibres of FAO- Rome-Italy. Excerpts:
How do you see the Brazilian consumer market demand for natural fibres?
Which regions will receive Brazilian natural fibre exports, globally?
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