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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 01.10.10 Print
Sunday, 03 October 2010


Cotton crisis raises knits price fears
As cotton prices continue to spiral, Knitting Trade Journal looks at the latest moves from large scale producers such as India and flood hit Pakistan and examines the impact this may have on knitted fabric and garment makers.


China Taisan set for second flotation
Knitted fabric maker China Taisan is hoping to raise up to S$65.6 million (US$50 million) from a secondary flotation, this time on the Taiwan stock exchange as barriers between the island and the mainland continue to soften.

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Karl Mayer resumes US training courses
An increase in demand for technicians in the technical and semi-technical textile sector has prompted warp knitting specialist Karl Mayer to resume its own client training courses in the US.

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Strong European presence at Yiwu sock and seamless show
Some of Europe?s leading machinery and ancillary equipment suppliers will be taking part in November?s Yiwu exhibition in China.

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Knitting in brief: global news roundup
A round-up of some of the latest news for the week ending 1 October from the global knitting and hosiery industries including Italian machine sales up; sock maker expansion in Serbia and an Egyptian knitter looking to the US for export growth.

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