Tendencje rozwojowe światowego rynku włókien chemicznych
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A characteristic feature of the structure of production and consumption of fibres in the world has been steadily increasing importance of synthetic fibres since the early sixties. The industry manufacturirg such fibres is characterized with rapid technical progress. The role of developing countries in production and export of these fibres has been growing recently as well. Meanwhile, the process of production specialization is promoted in highly developed countries. Within the COMECON, there can be observed some attempts at co-ordination of joint efforts aiming at creating a base of textile raw materials. The importance of cellulose fibres tends to decline. Further growth in the importance of synthetic fibresis predicted by the year 2000 although the rate of this growth is likely to decline.