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India to be lucrative market for disposable textiles
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May '09
Disposable literally are those fabrics that are designed for one time use, and that are thrown away after being used once. These textiles used in or as apparel for functional applications are designed to be disposed of after use. They include fibre, yarn, woven, knitted, braided structures and nonwovens.

India is witnessing drastic market trend, whether, durables or disposables. Potential for nonwovens usage in India is great and there are many reasons why it will form an important sub-sector. India has the second fastest growing economy only next to China. Industry analysts predict that India will grow at 8% until 2020 and overtake US to become the largest economy in the world after China after 2042.

Hygiene market in India has a great potential because of the low penetration and the sheer size of the market. The world giants in consumer products are in the process of modifying their strategies to suit Indian conditions prior to achieving any success.

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