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Malaysia Fibre - Trend in Demand & Supply 2013
Features
  • Malaysia was the ninth largest producer of manmade fibre/filament in 2012 and ranked 11th eleventh.
  • Manmade fibre/filament production in Malaysia has been impressive in 2012.
  • In manmade fibres, Malaysia accounts for 0.9% of World�s manmade fibre production
  • Malaysian polyester filament production grew 5.8% as against 1.3% per annum clocked between 2000-2011

Malaysia share in world production 2014
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Population: 28,334,135
Currency: Ringgit
GDP nominal: $340.002 billion
Area: 329,847 km
GDP per capita: $11,513
Nylon 0.79%
PFY 0.96%
PSF 0.59%

report content
PREFACE 5
LIST OF TABLES 6
MALAYSIA 7
    Eleventh Largest Consumer in Asia 7
    Malaysia Statistics 8
FIBER WORLD 2012 17
    Healthy Growth in 2012 17
    Supply and Demand in 2012 18
    World Statistics 20
ABOUT YNFX.COM 27
list of tables
Table 1.1. Malaysia's Growth and Share in World 7
Table 1.2. Major Fibre/Filament Supply and Demand Trends in Malaysia 8
Table 1.3. Malaysia's Growth and Share in World 9
Table 1.4. All Fibre Demand/Supply Trends in Malaysia 10
Table 1.5. Nylon Demand/Supply Trends in Malaysia 11
Table 1.6. Polyester Filament Yarn Demand/Supply Trends in Malaysia 12
Table 1.7. Polyester Staple Fibre Demand/Supply Trends in Malaysia 13
Table 1.8. Viscose Filament Yarn Demand/Supply Trends in Malaysia 14
Table 1.9. Viscose Staple Fibre Demand/Supply Trends in Malaysia 15
Table 1.10. Cotton Fibre Demand/Supply Trends in Malaysia 16
Table 2.1. World Supplies of Fibres and Filaments in Primary Form in 2012 19
Table 2.2. Trends in Fibre / Filament Production 20
Table 2.3. Trends in Fibre / Filament Exports 20
Table 2.4. Trends in Fibre / Filament Imports 21
Table 2.5. Trends in Fibre / Filament Apparent Consumption 21
Table 2.6. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Capacty 22
Table 2.7. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Production 22
Table 2.8. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Export 23
Table 2.9. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Import 23
Table 2.10. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Apparent Consumption 24
Table 2.11. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Production 24
Table 2.12. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Exports 25
Table 2.13. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Imports 25
Table 2.14. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Apparent Consumption 26

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