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A slang term for the euro-U.S. dollar exchange rate.
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But man-made fiber prices in China are still much lower than the price of cotton in China.
Cotton and man-made fiber textiles are regarded as substitutes, so that changes in the price of cotton textiles can shift the demand for man-made fiber textiles and vice versa.
Page 12: Export Import - Overview, Man-made Fiber (2009-10 to 2010-11), Man-made Filament Yarn (2009-10 to 2010-11) Market Characteristics
The macro-economic disruptions and a high volatility during the last twelve months have been characterizing the international global economy and the man-made fiber industry.
Spectra(R) fiber, the strongest man-made fiber in commercial use today, is the high performance fiber of choice for armor manufacturers servicing the U.
Recycled PSF is a man-made fiber as polyester staple fiber and polyester filament yarn.
It represents the world's first man-made fiber derived from 100 percent annually renewable resources.
In a first step a new logo has been developed that reflects the claim: meeting point of the international man-made fiber world, more dynamics, information and innovation.
High ranking representatives from international roof organisations of the fiber-making industry will explain their key actities in the development of world-wide and regional man-made fiber production.
PLA is the first man-made fiber derived from a 100 percent natural source.
In 2011, 54 million tons of man-made fibers were produced worldwide, making up 66% of all fibers produced.
Matthew North, commercial director, Kelheim Fibers, will deliver insight into the strategy of the Bavarian viscose fiber manufacturer at this year's Man-Made Fibers Congress in Dornbirn, Austria, September 19-21.