By Chris Wilcox | Source: WTiN, AWEX, country statistical bureaus, Schneider, Michell, Naturfasen e.K., FAO
Prices for superfine wool have lagged prices of other luxury natural fibres in the past two years, declining steadily while other fibres have increased or, at worst, remained flat. Superfine woolgrowers would dearly like to achieve the prices and cachet held by cashmere. But so, too, would other natural fibres.
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