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 Grass, rush, hemp, and sisal are all used in making rope.

In the first two, the entire plant is used for this purpose, while in the last two, only fibres from the plant are utilized. 
Coir (coconut fibre) is used in makingtwine, and also in floormats, doormats, brushes, mattresses, floor tiles, and sacking.
Straw and bamboo are both used to make hats.
Straw, a dried form of grass, is also used for stuffing, as iskapok.
Fibres from pulpwood trees, cotton, rice, hemp, and nettle are used in making paper.
Cotton, flax, jute, hemp, modal and even bamboo fibre are all used in embroidery digitizing clothing. 
Piña (pineapple fibre) andramie are also fibres used in clothing, generally with a blend of other fibres such as cotton.
Nettles have also been used to make a fibre and fabric very similar to hemp or flax.
The use of milkweed stalk fibre has also been reported, but it tends to be somewhat weaker than other fibres like hemp or flax.
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By 1981, 300 textile companies, many small ones had been denationalized often returned to their original owners. 
In 1982, shortly after coming to power following a bloodless coup, President Hussain Muhammad Ershadintroduced the New Industrial Policy (NPI), most significant move in the privatization process, which denationalized much of the digitizing textile industry, created export processing zones (EPZs) and encouraged direct foreign investment. Under the New Industrial Policy (NPI) 33 jute mills and 27 textile mills were returned to their original owners.

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