The consumption of Man Made Fibre (MMF) in Pakistan is lower in comparison with developed nations, however very much like other developing nations. And the reasons for lower consumption of MMF in Pakistan can be attributed to low demand for industrial textiles and non-textiles applications (e.g. auto industry, geo textiles, etc.), lack of marketing and technical skills in the textile downstream, lack of machinery (in the textile downstrea. for high end products, perception of Pakistan’s textile sector as a producer of low end products and so on. The domestic PSF industry has in the past introduced numerous specialty variants of PSF, but the textile downstream was simply not equipped to successfully produce and market specialty products which would utilize these variants. Furthermore, PSF per capita mill consumption of Pakistan is actually higher then India at 3.12 kg versus their 0.64 kg. .Source: Daily Times