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Forecasts of regional and global end use demand for textile fibres
 

Consumer demand for textile products—including clothing and home textiles—is predicted to grow by 2.8% per annum between 2015 and 2025, reaching 119 mn tons. However, growth will be driven almost entirely by a rise in demand for textile products made from synthetic fibres.
 
As a result of these trends, the share of non-cotton textile products in total consumer demand for textile products will increase from 73% to 79% between 2015 and 2025 whereas the share of cotton textile products will fall from 27% to just 21%. Furthermore, demand for cotton textile products at the end of this ten-year period will still be less than the level of demand seen in 2010.
 
These predictions are based on forecasts of end use demand for textile fibres, which equates to the consumption of textile fibres by the final consumer. As such, it can be used as a measure of demand by consumers in different regions and countries.
 
"Forecasts of regional and global end use demand for textile fibres"—originally published in issue 188 of Textile Outlook International—contains 13 pages of analysis of data by fibre type and region. It also provides forecasts for global end use demand for textiles made from cotton and non-cotton fibres up to 2025. The report covers general trends in denim and jeans trade, as well as leading exporting and importing countries and imports of jeans into the US and EU markets
 
The following tables of data are included:

  • Global fibre prices, 1960-2016
  • Global end use demand for textile fibres by fibre type, 1980-2017
  • Global end use demand for textile fibres, 2010-25
  • End use demand for textile fibres by region, 1980-2017
  • Industrialised countries: end use demand for textile fibres by fibre type, 2000-17
  • Developing countries: end use demand for textile fibres by fibre type, 2000-17
  • Central and Eastern Europe: end use demand for textile fibres by fibre type, 2000-17

In addition, the report includes charts which illustrate:

  • the textile fibre price index, 1960-2016
  • the ratio of cotton to non-cotton fibre prices, 1960-2016
  • global end use demand for textile fibres, 1960-2025
  • the share of cotton in global end use demand for textile fibres, 1960-2025

 
During November 2017, we are offering you the chance to purchase "Forecasts of regional and global end use demand for textile fibres", in electronic format, at half its usual price.
 
The discounted price* is:

  • US$175 (if you are in the Americas or Asia Pacific);
  • Euro132.5 (if you are in Europe, the Middle East or Africa); or
  • £72.50 + VAT (if you are in the UK).

 
* Single user licence. Multi-user access is also available on request.

 
Please note: to take advantage of this month's special offer, we need to receive your order instructions and payment no later than November 30, 2017
 

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