24 May 2013 -For most emerging countries, inflation rates decreased further in April. This will allow policymakers to continue with rate cuts and implement stimulus measures to support economic recovery. Our monthly report offers a comparison of inflation rates in low-cost countries, with historical data available back to June 2007, as well as a comparison of currencies, and the evolution of food prices.
24 May 2013 - Spun yarn export prices further fell in past weeks in India, therefore triggering a rebound in demand, our local Correspondent reports. Our monthly review covers yarn export prices in India, including cotton, polyester, polyester-cotton, viscose, polyester-viscose, and acrylic yarns. Historical data are available for download.
24 May 2013 - Wool prices rose for third consecutive week in A$ terms, however dropping in US$ terms, due to current weakness of Australian currency. Our weekly report delivers a comprehensive view of wool prices in Australia, with a long list of micron types in A$, US$ and euro terms. Historical charts are also available, such as downloadable historical data. A glimpse on the Chinese, New Zealand and South African markets is provided.
23 May 2013 - Viscose staple fiber prices are bottoming out in China, probably due to short-term recovery in demand from spinners. Our weekly report covers the viscose/rayon staple fiber and filament markets with historical data back to 2006 available for download. Viscose spun yarn prices are also released. Cotton linter and cotton pulp trends are being tracked over the last 12 months, in addition.
23 May 2013 - US apparel imports from Sub-Saharan Africa significantly fell in last years, whatever duty-free access and generous rules of origin offered to least developed countries in the region. Our report delivers a comprehensive statistical analysis of US apparel imports for all major sub-saharan countries for the past 7 years compared with total US imports and shipments from CAFTA-DR. Multiple year data from 2005-2012 are available for download.
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