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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 14.12.10 Print
Tuesday, 14 December 2010

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Cotton yarn restriction could lead to further price surge
The Indian government has confirmed a cap on cotton yarn exports until the end of the current fiscal year, potentially leading to a surge in global prices.

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Invista hails recycled socks appeal
Invista is reporting a strong takeup of its Coolmax ?EcoMade? technology from a growing number of leading legwear brands and retailers.

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Hanesbrands deal raises Crailar knits prospects
Naturally Advanced Technologies, Inc has entered into a short-term supply agreement with Hanesbrands Inc. for the continued development of Crailar flax fibre for use in some of the latter's commercial knit products.

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New finishing agent for knits
A new finishing agent that provides permanent elasticity to cellulosic fabrics such as cotton, linen and viscose is to be targeted initially at the women's knitwear market.

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Taiwan knitting sector lifted by export push
A comprehensive textile export promotion launched in Taiwan has been hailed a great success for the country?s knitwear and knitted garment makers just two years into the plan.

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The latest issue of Knitting Trade Journal takes an in-depth look at some of the latest ssues currently affecting the knitting industry. On the technology front, we examine the often overlooked range of software available for knitting mills including both design and knitting plant management programs. here is also a detailed look at some of the latest direct and indirect anciallary equipment developments for the flat, circular and warp knitting sectors.
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