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Non-availability of certain textile raw materials in CAFTA-DR region

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Jun '09
The Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements (CITA) has determined that certain yarn dyed striped poplin fabric, as specified below, is available in commercial quantities in the CAFTA-DR region.

Specifications: Certain Yarn Dyed Striped Poplin Fabric

HTS Subheading: 5513.31
Fiber Content: 64% to 67% polyester; 33% to 36% cotton
Yarn size, warp: Ring spun 49/1 to 53/1 metric: 64% to 67% polyester; 33% to 36% cotton
Yarn size, filling: Ring spun 49/1 to 53/1 metric: 64% to 67% polyester; 33% to 36% cotton
Thread count: 34.5 to 38 ends x 21 to 23 picks per centimeter
Weave type: Plain
Fabric Weight: 127 to 140 grams per square meter
Fabric Width: 156 to 170 centimeters, cuttable
Coloration: Yarn dyed warp stripe
Finishing Processes: Moisture management, pre-cure permanent press, 10% mechanical stretch in filling direction

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