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China Nonwovens & Industrial Textiles Association (CNITA)is an organization approved by the Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People’s Republic of China. It is a social intermediary organization which is comprised of enterprises, institutions, and relative associations in the field of nonwovens and technical textiles.Serve as a bridge between enterprises and government.Comply with laws and regulations to preserve the rights and interests of its members. Provide services such as consultation, argumentation, diagnosis, identification, new technique promotion, training, and so on... [ MORE ]
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China NW Week: rapid evolution is coming to the Chinese industry and to its hygiene market... 10/11/2016
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2014/2015 China Nonwovens TOP10 Companies 13/07/2016
2014/2015 China Nonwovens TOP10 Companies;
2014/2015 China Nonwovens Growth Companies;
2014/2015 China Nonwovens Excellent Suppliers
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The economic operation analysis on year 2015 techtextile industry... 15/07/2016
The economy in our country, in spite of the big downward pressure and its growth slowdown, turned out a steady increase in general. The techtextile industry overcame various unfavorable factors and speeded up the pace of transformation and upgrading, improving operation efficiency, increasing investment in technological innovation, actively developing new products in a wider spectrum of applications and markets by delicate management. Therefore, the general operation presented a slowing growth, stable operation and good benefit situation. [ MORE ]
Contribution is woven by innovation for a nonwoven breakthrough... 09/08/2016
Interviewing Zeng Shijun, leader of polyester filamentasphalt felt equipment manufacturing [ MORE ]
The 5th China International Nonwovens Conference 19/07/2016
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Fiber Composites Growth (2016 - 2020)(continued, part II)... 18/07/2016
The lethargic symptoms in global market gave way to a vitality in China’s domestic demand during the 12th Five-Year Program period (2011 - 2015) that witnessed a decreasing export share from 47.3 percent in 2010 to 41.8 percent in 2014, approaching progressively to 30 percent in its target share as laid down in the industry development plan that emphasizes more domestic contribution to the industrial growth, showing that the share of domestic sales was obviously increasing to respond to consumption growth in China. [ MORE ]
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