Ramie refers to a strong, staple fiber of cellulose yielded by the inner bark of the ramie plant. It's often used as a less expensive substitute for linen or cotton, and is usually blended with cotton, flax or silk.

-see also:
"Ramie" is in the HS Code "5305"
  Coconut, Abaca (Manila Hemp Or Musa Textilis Nee), Ramie And Other Vegetable Textile Fibres, Not Els

"Ramie" is in the UNSPSC Code "11121808"
  Ramie
Ref: 86454/2006-09-14


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