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Predominately a manufacturing base, countries in Asia are emerging as a consumer for Australian wool.
Bangladesh can be developed as a link in the wool manufacturing supply chain.
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China represents the most dynamic opportunity to increase wool consumption at the luxury/high end of the market.
Hong Kong has a potential luxury market of 2 million consumers.
India is emerging rapidly as a competitor to China in terms of quality of manufactured goods.
Japan is once again establishing itself as one of the attractive markets for Australian wool.
The primary target in Korea is the fashion conscious 25 to 50-year-olds.
Vietnam is becoming a larger player in the global textile market.