9 February 2011 - Korean cotton yarn imports sharply rebounded in value terms in 2010, mostly due to the jump in prices on the international market. Shipments were however heavily falling in volume terms by the end of last year. India took advantage of the recovery, thanks to limits imposed by Islamabad on cotton yarn exports from Pakistan.
18 November 2010 - Korean exports of dyed polyester filament fabrics rebounded in the first three quarters of the year, potentially rising in 2010 for the firs time since 1996. Demand from China strongly recovered, still remaining very firm in September. Shipments to the U.A.E. surged over the January-September period amid sharply increasing prices.
17 November 2010 - Korean exports of polyester staple fibers began recovering in the first three quarters this year, even surging to European markets. A deceleration was obvious in September, however, especially to number one US market. PSF prices jumped from a year earlier but did not rise from last January, as reflected by our monthly data.
16 November 2010 - Korea's Cotton Yarn imports were weaker in September after surging in the first half and stagnating in July and August. India mostly benefited from the sharp rebound in the first half with Pakistan losing ground, due to lack of supply on its domestic market.
28 September 2010 - Korean imports of cotton yarns spectacularly rebounded in the first part of the year. Prices surged, benefiting Chinese and Indian shipments while Pakistani exports were curbed by governmental restrictions.
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