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Raion

In several Slavic countries, a political subdivision referring to either a portion of a province or a portion of a large city.
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- Boston of Gulstan Aiyl aimak of Nookat district.- Chon-Kyshtoo of Gulstan Aiyl aimak of Nookat rayon.
The Staubli DELTA 110 and TOP MATIC machines are now well integrated into Bombay Rayon's highly developed production plants and have proved a success in challenging daily use.
19, 2009, to make Mitsubishi Rayon into a wholly owned Mitsubishi Chemical subsidiary to address intensifying competition in the global market for petrochemical products.
Toward the end of 2008, Indonesian producers of rayon yarns were forced to cut their profit margin with the increase in the price of basic material and production cost.
Rayon is known by the names viscose rayon and art silk (abbreviated from "artificial silk") in the textile industry.
Mitsubishi Rayon Carpet's Gifu Prefecture plant as well as its employees will be transferred to Toli in December.
"If it's a trendy piece, the new rayons and microfibers can be fun." Just don't expect them to last.
Amine oxides dissolve cellulose without the issues of the chemical reactions in rayon manufacturing, says Frey, but it's not as flexible a process as the rayon process--the types of fibers that can be made have properties in a fairly limited range.
The steam will be supplied to a Mitsubishi Rayon factory next to the thermal power plant, the officials said.
Of the start-up fund, Mitsubishi Rayon will shoulder 55%, a Ningbo investment firm 15% and the remaining 30% will be equally covered by the three trading companies -- Mitsubishi Corp., Marubeni Corp.
Lenzing makes a fiber with registered trademark Modal Rayon, a special viscose rayon, which is made on a modified viscose system -- a different process.
Burlington's initial success rested on the explosive growth during the 1930s of rayon, the fiber invented as an "artificial silk." Love first investigated that product during the late 1920s, when the prospects for cotton spinning and weaving seemed unusually bleak.