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Cotton yarn imports post year-on-year rise

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Jan '11
Imports of cotton yarn in November 2010 have registered an increase of 42.9 percent to 27,644 bales from a year ago, as per the Japan Spinners' Association. The rapid escalation in the imports is largely because of the advent of the demand season and the imports in November 2009 which were at an all time low level of less than 20,000 bales.

Indonesia has been the biggest exporter to Japan. Japan's imports from Indonesia have increased up to 86.9 percent to reach 9,191 bales. Imports from India registered a rise up to 81.2 percent to touch 5,810 bales. Cotton yarn imports from Pakistan dropped down by 16.2 percent to 6,841 bales.

Combed cotton yarn imports also continued to record a rise of 58.8 percent to reach 15,747 bales. The overall quantum of combed cotton yarn has undergone a rise owing to the drop in the manufacturing of the same in Japan.

Imports of cotton blended yarn also witnessed a hike of 32.2 percent to touch 3,293 bales and further continued to reflect signs of upturn.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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