GENEVA — Global yarn production contracted by 3.6 percent in the second quarter of 2003, marking the largest drop seen since 1998, when the textile industry was feeling the hangover of the Asian currency collapse, according to a recently released survey.

Second-quarter production for U.S. yarn spinners was off 9.5 percent.

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