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World Natural Fibre Report 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.
  • Worldwide wool production dropped 0.4% in 2014 in most major wool producing countries, valued at US$9 billion.
  • Global wool trade fell 5% as exports totaled 931,000 tons in 2014.
report content
PREFACE5
LIST OF TABLES7
FIBRE WORLD 20149
Global Economy in Low Gear9
Fibre Growth Slows Down in 20149
Supply and Demand in 201411
World Statistics14
COTTON21
Three Countries Consumed two-thirds of cotton21
Cotton in 201422
Cotton statistics24
WOOL49
Supply remained flat49
Wool Fibre Statistics50
SILK51
Production Jumps51
Silk Statistics52
OTHER NATURAL FIBRES53
Abaca53
Coir53
Flax53
Hemp54
Jute54
Sisal54
Ramie55
Alpaca55
Angora55
Camel Hair55
Cashmere56
Mohair56
Other Natural Fibre Statistics57
ABOUT YARNSANDFIBERS59
list of tables
Table 1.1. Growth and Share of Fibres9
Table 1.1. Growth and Share of Fibres10
Table 1.2. Growth of Natural Fibres' Production10
Table 1.3. Growth in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Production10
Table 1.4. World Supplies of Fibres and Filaments in Primary Form in 201413
Table 1.5. Trends in Fibre / Filament Production14
Table 1.6. Trends in Fibre / Filament Exports14
Table 1.7. Trends in Fibre / Filament Imports15
Table 1.8. Trends in Fibre / Filament Apparent Consumption15
Table 1.9. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Capacity16
Table 1.10. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Production16
Table 1.11. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Export17
Table 1.12. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Import17
Table 1.13. Trends in Manmade Fibre / Filament wise Apparent Consumption18
Table 1.14. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Production18
Table 1.15. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Exports19
Table 1.16. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Imports19
Table 1.17. Trends in Natural Fibre wise Apparent Consumption20
Table 6.1. Major Cotton Fibre Suppliers and Consumers23
Table 6.2. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre24
Table 6.3. Trends in Area under Cotton By Region24
Table 6.4. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production By Region25
Table 6.5. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports By Region25
Table 6.6. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports By Region26
Table 6.7. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption By Region26
Table 6.8. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Africa27
Table 6.9. Trends in Area under Cotton in Africa27
Table 6.10. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in Africa28
Table 6.11. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from Africa28
Table 6.12. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in Africa29
Table 6.13. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in Africa29
Table 6.14. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Asia30
Table 6.15. Trends in Area under Cotton in Asia30
Table 6.16. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in Asia31
Table 6.17. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from in Asia31
Table 6.18. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in Asia32
Table 6.19. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in Asia32
Table 6.20. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in CIS33
Table 6.21. Trends in Area under Cotton in CIS33
Table 6.22. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in CIS34
Table 6.23. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from CIS34
Table 6.24. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in CIS35
Table 6.25. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in CIS35
Table 6.26. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Central and East Europe36
Table 6.27. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Middle East36
Table 6.28. Trends in Area under Cotton in Middle East37
Table 6.29. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in Middle East37
Table 6.30. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from Middle East38
Table 6.31. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in Middle East38
Table 6.32. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in Middle East39
Table 6.33. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in North America39
Table 6.34. Trends in Area under Cotton in N. America40
Table 6.35. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in N. America40
Table 6.36. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from N. America41
Table 6.37. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in N. America41
Table 6.38. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in N. America42
Table 6.39. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Oceania42
Table 6.40. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in Central and South America43
Table 6.41. Trends in Area under Cotton in South America43
Table 6.42. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in South America44
Table 6.43. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from South America44
Table 6.44. Trends in Cotton Fibre imports in South America45
Table 6.45. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in South America45
Table 6.46. Demand/Supply Trends in Cotton Fibre in West Europe46
Table 6.47. Trends in Area under Cotton in West Europe46
Table 6.48. Trends in Cotton Fibre Production in West Europe47
Table 6.49. Trends in Cotton Fibre Exports from in West Europe47
Table 6.50. Trends in Cotton Fibre Imports in West Europe48
Table 6.51. Trends in Cotton Fibre Apparent Consumption in West Europe48
Table 7.1. Demand/Supply Trends in Wool Fibre50
Table 8.1. Demand/Supply Trends in Silk52
Table 9.1. World Supplies of Natural Fibres in 2012 (Other than Cotton, Wool & Silk)57
Table 9.2. Trends in Exports of Other Natural Fibres57

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