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  India : New textile parks to generate exports worth Rs. 3,700 cr (December 21, 10)
Eight new textile parks proposed in Tamil Nadu with an investment of Rs. 2,100 crore are expected to generate exports worth Rs. 3,700 crore, Union Minister for Textiles, Dayanidhi Maran, said recently.
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  Germany : Textiles treated with silver nano-particles become more popular (December 17, 10)
The use of silver nano-particles in all kinds of consumer goods in daily use, such as personal hygiene articles, cosmetics, food, refrigerators, protective plant sprays and, above all, textiles, has considerable commercial potential and is increasing all the time. Although over 1000 kilograms of nano-silver is already being used each year in environmentally sensitive areas, extremely little is yet known about its effects on the environment.
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  India : Now DGFT to register cotton export contracts (December 17, 10)
Directorate General of Foreign Trade, from now onwards, will register cotton export contracts instead of the Textiles Commissioner, the Commerce Ministry said today. However, no reason was assigned why the registration work has been shifted from the Textiles Commissioner to the DGFT, the trade arm of the Commerce Ministry.
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  India : Embroidery clusters resort to strike to protest high yarn prices (December 17, 10)
The embroidery cluster of Ahmedabad is now in a fix over the soaring cotton yarn prices, thereby causing around 6,000 embroidery firms to protest against the same. These units are observing a four-day long strike since today, with a demand that the garment units which outsource embroidery work to them should raise the prices for the work by 30 percent.
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  India : Powerloom weavers hit by high cotton yarn prices (December 17, 10)
High cotton yarn prices on account of cotton exports have put thousands of powerloom weavers and processors in the town of Burhanpur under a tight squeeze. The weavers are already facing frequent power cuts and state government apathy.
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  Germany : Texprocess shows trends in textile assembly technology (December 16, 10)
Machinery is being developed to be more environment and operator friendly, to conserve energy, reduce noise levels, heat, vibration and the amount of lubrication oil required, whilst being more flexible, efficient and produce improved quality.
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