Natural fibers haven't escaped either

July 1995
Textile World;Jul95, Vol. 145 Issue 7, p178
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase in prices of wool and burlap as of July 1995. Comparison with year-ago hikes; Damage wrought by insect infestation on Rio Grande cotton crop.


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