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15.07.2022 Source: AWEX
AWEX EMI 1388 -19
Micron 17 2751 +48
Micron 18 2165 -27
Micron 19 1688 -39
Micron 20 1447 -40
Micron 21 1403n -15
Micron 22 1343n -40
Micron 26 705n -
Micron 28 410 -2
Micron 30 320n -10
MCar 904 +3
Wool is manufactured from the raw fibre into yarn via either the woollen or worsted processing system. Yarn is then manufactured into knitted and woven wool textiles and products. 

Most Australian wool is used for the manufacture of apparel products. The process of turning the raw wool fibre into fabric involves the production of yarn via two main manufacturing methods: the worsted system and the woollen system.

 

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