6 October 2014 - Cotton prices continued dramatically falling in China and India in the last week, before market activities have been reduced by holidays. Our weekly cotton report covers the latest price trends of international spot and futures markets through a large number of tables and charts, with also domestic markets in China, India and Pakistan being reviewed. Daily data of the past 12-month period are available for download.
1 October 2014 - Cotton prices have heavily fallen in the last weeks, with the difference sliding between cotton and polyester prices, as a consequence. Our weekly report covers the China yarn domestic and import market indicators, as well as local market prices in Zhejiang. Prices of a large number of counts are released for spun cotton, polyester, viscose and blends. Historical data are available for download.
24 September 2014 - Minimum wages are being further raised in Asia, but actual impact strongly differs, depending on low-cost countries. Our newly updated statistical report offers a comparative view of minimum wages in a large number of apparel manufacturing countries on all continents. Minimum salaries are available in US$ per month, including latest increases compared with their level on January 1st.
7 October 2014 - Spun yarn prices in China are clearly subject to a long-term downward trend, as indicated by our historical data. Our weekly report covers the China yarn domestic and import market indicators, as well as local market prices in Zhejiang. Prices of a large number of counts are released for spun cotton, polyester, viscose and blends. Historical data are available for download.
4 September 2014 - Cotton yarn prices began significantly sliding in India, in line with a lack of demand, excess capacities and surging inventories, our correspondent says. Our monthly report includes a long series of price tables covering the cotton yarns, but also spun polyester and viscose, polyester-cotton and polyester-viscose. Historical data back to last 6 years are available for download.
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