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Focus | Time: Nov 2 2018 3:46PM
Xinjiang cotton textile industry competitiveness and development prospect under new policy
 
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Preface
In 2014, the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region issued its Planning Outline (2014-2023) for Developing Textile and Garment Industry and Promoting Employment, focusing on developing seven industries, including garments, cotton textiles, woolen textiles, knitted products, chemical fibers, printing & dyeing, and carpets, and providing series of preferential policies for textile and garment enterprises invested in Xinjiang, including subsidies on transportation and energy. After four years, how about the textile and garment industry in Xinjiang? What’s the status quo of spinning mills invested in Xinjiang? What are their cost edge with subsidy policies compared with inland companies? In 2018, the supporting policies for Xinjiang textile and garment industry has changes, what are these changes? What are the influences of these changes on companies that have invested in Xinjiang or plan to invest? How about the development prospect of Xinjiang textile and garment industry? The report will have insightful analysis on these topics.

Outline:
I. Economy and population characteristics in Xinjiang
1. Economic situation
2. Industrial development
3. Import and export
4. Population and employment

II. Cotton and chemical fibers in Xinjiang
1. Cotton situation in Xinjiang
1.1 Planting areas and output
1.2 Quality comparison between Xinjiang and inland cotton
1.3 Market shares of Xinjiang cotton in the world and quality comparison

III. Yarn market in Xinjiang
1. Yarn capacity and distribution
2. Yarn output
3. Cotton yarn product structure

IV. Xinjiang textiles market and exports
1. Weaving sector
2. Garment sector
3. Textile and garment exports

V. Comparison of cotton yarn costs and advantages and disadvantages in Xinjiang and inland
1. Cotton costs comparison
2. Labor costs comparison
3. Power costs comparison
4. Transport costs comparison
5. Other costs comparison
6. Comprehensive costs comparison

VI. Xinjiang textile and garment industry policy change in 2018
1. Textile and garment policy change background analysis
1.1 Unordered expansion of cotton textile capacity and imbalanced development of industrial chain
1.2 Strict control on local government debt
2. Field survey on supporting policy adjustment

VII. Development prospect forecast on Xinjiang textile and garment industry
1. Continual improvement of cotton yarn quality
2. More diversified cotton yarn products
3. Continual upswing of rayon yarn output
4. Rapid development of downstream industry
5. How will cotton textile capacity go with slower growth rate?
6. Self-supply situation of spinning feedstock in Xinjiang and tendency forecast

If you need the report, please contact us at:
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