In the past decade, cotton has entered the mainstream.
It has become ubiquitous, and it is increasingly seen as the natural choice of clothing.
It is not just a fashion statement.
It provides an eco-friendly alternative to cotton.
Its fibers are not only biodegradable but also have an anti-microbial and antifungal effect.
Its fiber-structure makes it less prone to the degradation of water and chemicals in the environment.
Cotton can be used to make garments with water-resistant properties, as well as fabric with a more breathable and airy feel.
In the textile sector, cotton is a huge player, with companies like Alberton, Lidl and W.R. Davis all producing the fiber.
The cotton industry is also seeing an increase in its value as an eco product.
According to the World Bank, global cotton prices fell 15 per cent in 2015, the first year when cotton prices were at record lows.
In 2016, global prices dropped to around $2 per tonne.
This means that cotton has become more affordable for farmers and exporters, helping the textile industry grow.
Cotton, which is a synthetic fibre made from cotton, is one of the most important and important fibers in the textile process.
In fact, cotton can be woven into almost anything.
Its unique characteristics include its ability to be durable, resistant to water and insect pests, and easy to process.
The fibers are also biodegradeable and therefore make it suitable for use in textiles as well.
This is because cotton is naturally very water- and chemical-resistant.
The textile industry is increasingly seeing an increasing use of cotton, especially in textile products.
It’s been around for thousands of years and is a highly valuable resource.
In 2017, the textile trade was worth $10.3 billion and is estimated to be worth $12.9 billion by 2025.
This sector is projected to grow by around 7 per cent per annum to $27.6 billion by 2020.
According to a study by IHS, a global consulting company, the market for cotton products in the global textile sector is expected to reach $20 billion by 2021.
This market is expected for a large chunk of the global population and for that it is expected that the global cotton trade will reach $50 billion by 2035.COTEX, a Canadian cotton producer, is also looking to the textile market as a growing market.
Its cotton is made from a natural fiber called cotton wool, which has an average lifespan of about three to four years.
It can be dyed and used as a dyeing material.
According a spokesperson, COTEX cotton is also environmentally friendly, as it is 100 per cent biodegraded and uses only the least amount of water of any other cotton product.