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World Cotton Fiber - Trend in Demand & Supply 2015
Features
  • Global cotton production fell 6% to 24.3 million tons resulting from 6% shrinkage acreage to 31.75 million hectares in 2014-15.
  • India emerged as the top cotton producer in 2014
  • Pakistan produced 2.18 million tons of cotton in 2014-15, down by nearly 6% from the previous year.
report content
PREFACE 5
LIST OF TABLES 7
FIBRE WORLD 2014 9
Global Economy in Low Gear 9
Fibre Growth Slows Down in 2014 9
Supply and Demand in 2014 11
World Statistics 14
ACRYLIC 21
Acrlyic Fibre losing share 21
Acrylic in 2014 22
Acrylic statistics 24
ABOUT YARNSANDFIBERS 52
list of tables
Table 1.1. Growth and Share of Fibres 9
Table 1.2. Growth of Natural Fibres 10
Table 1.2. Growth of Natural Fibres' Production 10
Table 1.3. Growth in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Production 10
Table 1.4. World Supplies of Fibres and Filaments in Primary Form in 2014 13
Table 1.5. Trends in Fibre / Filament Production 14
Table 1.6. Trends in Fibre / Filament Exports 14
Table 1.7. Trends in Fibre / Filament Imports 15
Table 1.8. Trends in Fibre / Filament Apparent Consumption 15
Table 1.9. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Capacity 16
Table 1.10. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Production 16
Table 1.11. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Export 17
Table 1.12. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Import 17
Table 1.13. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Apparent Consumption 18
Table 1.14. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Production 18
Table 1.15. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Exports 19
Table 1.16. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Imports 19
Table 1.17. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Apparent Consumption 20
Table 6.1. Major Cotton Fibre Suppliers and Consumers 23
Table 6.2. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre 24
Table 6.3. Trends in Area under Cotton By Region 24
Table 6.4. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production By Region 25
Table 6.5. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports By Region 25
Table 6.6. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports By Region 26
Table 6.7. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption By Region 26
Table 6.8. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Africa 27
Table 6.9. Trends in Area under Cotton in Africa 27
Table 6.10. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in Africa 28
Table 6.11. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from Africa 28
Table 6.12. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in Africa 29
Table 6.13. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in Africa 29
Table 6.14. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Asia 30
Table 6.15. Trends in Area under Cotton in Asia 30
Table 6.16. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in Asia 31
Table 6.17. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from in Asia 31
Table 6.18. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in Asia 32
Table 6.19. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in Asia 32
Table 6.20. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in CIS 33
Table 6.21. Trends in Area under Cotton in CIS 33
Table 6.22. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in CIS 34
Table 6.23. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from CIS 34
Table 6.24. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in CIS 35
Table 6.25. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in CIS 35
Table 6.26. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Central and East Europe 36
Table 6.27. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Middle East 36
Table 6.28. Trends in Area under Cotton in Middle East 37
Table 6.29. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in Middle East 37
Table 6.30. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from Middle East 38
Table 6.31. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in Middle East 38
Table 6.32. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in Middle East 39
Table 6.33. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in North America 39
Table 6.34. Trends in Area under Cotton in N. America 40
Table 6.35. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in N. America 40
Table 6.36. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from N. America 41
Table 6.37. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in N. America 41
Table 6.38. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in N. America 42
Table 6.39. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Oceania 42
Table 6.40. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Central and South America 43
Table 6.41. Trends in Area under Cotton in South America 43
Table 6.42. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in South America 44
Table 6.43. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from South America 44
Table 6.44. Trends in Cotton Fibre imports in South America 45
Table 6.45. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in South America 45
Table 6.46. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in West Europe 46
Table 6.47. Trends in Area under Cotton in West Europe 46
Table 6.48. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in West Europe 47
Table 6.49. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from in West Europe 47
Table 6.50. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in West Europe 48
Table 6.51. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in West Europe 48

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