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By 2007, artificial fibres accounted for approximately 60% of the consumption of the main textile fibres (Zhao and Tisdell, 2009; Table A2). 23). 23). The downward trend in cotton‘s share of the global market continued but at a reduced rate and cotton still retains its position as the major natural fibre. Cotton has served as an engine of economic growth in both industrial and developing countries worldwide (Wang and Chidmi, 2009). In Australia, in a non-drought year, the cotton industry generates in excess of $1 billion per year in export revenue, is one of Australia‘s largest rural export earners and helps underpin the viability of many rural communities(Cotton Australia,2008a).

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