With cotton prices escalating sharply in the last six months, demand for man-made fibres is likely to increase to nearly 1,00,000 tonnes per month over the next two years, an industry expert said today.

The demand for man-made, or synthetic fibre, is 70,000 tonnes per month. This is likely to shoot up to 1,00,000 tonnes per month over the next two-years, he said.

"There has been an increase in demand for synthetic fibres as cotton prices are shooting up. We will not see a significant shift fr...
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