By  on January 22, 2008

MILAN — European spinners are drawing confidence about their prospects this year from renewed interest in top-range yarns, despite continued pressure from unfavorable exchange rates.

Ahead of unveiling spring and summer 2009 collections at the Pitti Filati yarn fair that opens its three-day run at the Fortezza da Basso fairgrounds in Florence on Jan. 30, many high-end yarn executives said while price remained a sticking point for clients, they were more inclined to pay a higher premium for quality, particularly in Europe.

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