1 edition of World Apparel Fibre Consumption Survey 1983 found in the catalog.
World Apparel Fibre Consumption Survey 1983
by Food & Agriculture Org
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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While cotton and manmade fibres continued to dominate world fibre markets, cotton has been rapidly - losing its market share.
Innatural fibres accounted for over 60% of global fibre consumption, while in that share declined to 45%, and fell further to 40% in (figure 1).
Figure 1. Share of Cotton in World Apparel Fibre ConsumptionFile Size: KB. This is the 5th edition of a series of worldwide statistics on fibre consumption, covering the years, and for developed countries too.
The data for the countries and 26 regions covered indicate the quantity of cotton, wool, flax, cellulosic and synthetic fibres available and the per caput consumption, within each country. Per capita consumption of paper and cardboard - an international comparison Distribution of footwear sales in volume in Franceby.
Clothing consumption figures collated from the Food and Agriculture Organisation and the World Fibre Report (see graph below) show in natural fibre consumption of 22 million tonnes from a global apparel fibre total of 39 million tonnes – compared with and 32 million tonnes of natural fibres from the global total consumption of Vietnam, facing booming textile and apparel industry, marked new peaks in almost any category.
Manmade ﬁber output has achieved a record high and Vietnam evolved into the world‘s largest cotton importer. Unsurprisingly, textile and garment exports enjoyed the world‘s fastest growth rate apart from emerging Myanmar at a much lower Size: KB.
The per capita world fiber consumption is in constant growth and has increased evenly in developed and developing countries. It was pounds inand has reached 24 pounds in In response, giants of the global apparel industry are in the race to meet this demand and to produce more new textile items every year.
even accelerating over Although world data on man-made ﬁber stocks are not available, Chinese dynamics allow the assumption that inventories have been built up.
World Fiber Production and Use The production volume in the world textile industry in rose. Despite their best intentions, most consumers around the world struggle to meet the recommended guidelines for daily fibre intake.
The World Health Organization suggests adults consume 25 g/day, but most people fall short of this number. 2 In the US, for example, only 3% of consumers meet the recommended daily fibre intake. growth in world fiber consumption, two-thirds is due to increases in per-capita consumption and one-third from population increase.
Cotton represented a much higher market share of world fiber production, 48 percent, than of U.S. fiber production, 25 percent. And yet world production of manmade fibers has shown a growth. Global demand for manufactured fibers will rise percent annually through Polyester will continue to dominate output while specialty products such as spandex, aramid and carbon fibers grow the fastest.
The industry will remain concentrated in Asia, where the fastest growth is also expected. This study analyzes the 46 million metric ton world textile fiber industry. It presents. This statistic shows the worldwide production volume of chemical and textile fibers from to The household final consumption data were obtained from the World Bank’s World Development Indicators database: household final consumption expenditure per capita (current LCU), series code (downloaded on October 2, ).
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