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IFAI Flash Report
October 31, 2001

Better Chemistry
October 31, 2001

Textile World Magazine Acquired
Textile World, one of the oldest, globally recognized business magazines founded in 1868 by McGraw-Hill has been acquired by Atlanta based Billian Publishing, Inc.Billian Publishing, Inc., is no stranger to the textile trade publishing arena. With other titles such as Textile Industries, Textiles Panamericanos, the Textile Industries Red Book, and Diccionario Textil, Textile World is a natural addition to Billians Textile Group. Also included in Billians Textile Group are Textile Industries.com and the Textile Industries e-newsletter, bringing subscribers the latest textile industry developments and news.During his tenure at McGraw-Hill, Doug Billian, founder and CEO of Billian Publishing, Inc., relocated Textile Worlds publishing operation to Atlanta in 1971.In 1978 Billian founded his own publishing company with the purchase of Golf World maga
October 31, 2001

CEMATEX Reconfirms ITMA 2003 Will Be In Birmingham
October 31, 2001

Steamy Conditions
October 31, 2001

Just Pick Any Color You Like
October 31, 2001

ATMI Opposes Proposal To Cut Duties On Pakistani Imports
Says Proposal Will Cause More Textile Job Losses and Mill Closures Offers Alternatives that will not Cause Harm - WASHINGTON, D.C.The proposal announced yesterday by the Bush Administration to eliminate duties on imports of textiles and apparel from Pakistan is difficult to understand.  The duty eliminations will cause yet more job losses and plant closures in the U.S. textile industry, threatening its 470,000 workers and its suppliers that include U.S. cotton and wool growers and man-made fiber producers.   ATMI president Charles Hayes said The U.S. textile industry is already reeling from imports from Pakistan and other Asian countries at artificially low prices resulting from devalued currencies across Asia.  Eliminating duties will depress prices still further and dramatically increase imports.  Our estimates show the damage to the U.S. textile industry could reach billions of dollars.  This proposal will put many Americans out of work&
October 31, 2001

WestPoint Stevens Reports Record Sales
October 31, 2001

Turkish Firm Buys 310 Batch Winders
October 31, 2001

Research Seeks Stretch Pile Fabrics In Wool
October 31, 2001