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World Mexico Fiber Report 2010

PREFACE
The “World Fibre & Mexico – Trends in Demand and Supply” is the Sixth annual compendium in a se-ries from YarnsandFibers covering the trends in global demand and supply of textile fibre/filament in-dustry. In this Report we have captured the trends seen in 2009 post the global crisis which had se-verely impacted textile fibre/filament industry including natural fibres, particularly cotton. The analysis assesses the positions of fibres/filaments industry as events unfolded.In this Report we have captured the trends seen in 2009 post the global crisis which had severely im-pacted textile fibre/filament industry including natural fibres, particularly cotton. The analysis assesses the positions of fibres/filaments industry as events unfolded. The Report’s 21 pages are richly annotated with authoritative and unbiased objective description, and hard-to-find statistical facts. The report also provides unequivocal views on future potential while throwing light on the prevailing climate in key regional markets and projections upto 2015 of availa-bility and demand for all fibres. The Report is divided into two sections: Fibre-wise View and Region/Country wise View. The first section covers World production of manmade and natural fibers for the period 1990 to 2009. The second section covers details on Mexico. Tabulation includes volumes of capacity, production, export, import and apparent consumption, along with CARGs for the periods 1990-2000, 2000-2008 and the growth rate in 2009. The report will be useful at all levels of decision makers and particularly, handy for textile corporate and business planner. The data on manmade fibre and natural fibre is available in myriad of sources. We have collated the data from best and authentic sources after verifying the same with industry peers. In our endeavour to serve our clients, we shall release the next report in 2011 with updated data for 2010 and also in-corporating projections over the period of next five years. A brief note on the foreign trade statistics covered in this report. There has been a mismatch between total volume of import and export of a commodity for a given year. This imbalance arise from the fact that, (1) Not all the countries report their trade data, and (2) The data source tracks select members countries only. For example, India’s export of polyester staple fibre to Angola (India’s export volume is counted in total exports), and in case Angola has not reported its trade data at all due to various rea-sons, it’s import will remained excluded from total import volume.
HIGHLIGHTS
Mexico is a major player in textiles for its proximity to USA. Although it is not a major producer or ex-porter of fibre/filament, it is a major consumer and thus a major importer. It domestic fibre/filament is very small; about 0.5% of global production. It has modest production capacities of most manmade fibre/filament, excepting viscose. In 2009, it ranked sixteenth in global production, twenty third in export, but ninth in imports and thirteenth in consumption. During 1990s, production was robust in Mexico with almost all the type of manmade fibre/filament rising, with overall growth rate of 4.7% per annum. However, cotton production during that period was sluggish, declining 7.5% per annum as acreage shrank 9.5% a year. In the decade of 2000, while production of cotton increased due to expanding aea under crop that of manmade fibre/filament de-clined sharply due to shutting of most capacities. The turbulent 2008 saw further fall in production and shutting of more capacities. In acrylic, close to 100,000 tons of capacity was shut and over 100,000 tons of polyester filament capacity was derated. During 2009, Mexico produced 171,000 tons of manmade fibre/filament, down 8% from 2008 levels. Polyester filament yarn production slumped 16% and that of acrylic was up 2%.


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