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advantage enjoyed Advantage of Textile ASEAN countries Asian average wage rate Batik Making establishments Bleaching and Finishing Cheong Clothing Factories comparative advantage comparisons competitiveness and comparative component of cost cost structure Days Operated/Yr developing countries Developing Economies differences in cost dualism Dyeing Electricity Cost Japan Energy Cost enjoyed by ASEAN establishments pay higher Finishing of Yarns Fuel/Utilities groups Natural Fibre implications indication Indonesia industry group industry in Malaysia Industry in Peninsular Institute of Developing Johor Knitting Mills labour cost larger establishments pay lerylene Cotton Made-up Textile MALAYSIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY Natural Fibre Spinning number of establishments Penang Peninsular Malaysia Perak Philippines Polyester Production Costs raw material cost Selangor smaller establishments spinning and weaving stages of production structure of costs Structure of Production Synthetic Textile Mills terylene textile establishments Textile Manufacture Thailand total cost type of fuel UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA value added value of ex-factory value of sales Wearing Apparel Workers Japan