| India : AEPC welcomes Govt decision to cap yarn exports (December 04, 10)|
Shri Premal Udani, Chairman, Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) welcomes the government’s decision to cap yarn exports to 720 million kgs. This decision has brought great relief to the value add apparel and made ups sector commented Mr Premal Udani, Chairman AEPC.
| India : Cap on cotton exports will bring down prices at home: industry (December 04, 10)|
The Indian apparel industry says the government's decision to cap cotton yarn exports at 72 crore kg in 2010-11 is likely to bring down prices in the domestic market.
| Faisalabad : Value-added textile sector to collapse if zero-rated facility not withdrawn (December 03, 10)|
Value added textile industry would collapse if the zero rated facility is not allowed in proposed Reformed General Sales Tax regime being introduced in the national legislature, warned Wasim Latif, chairman and Adele Manzoor Ellahi, Vice Chairman Pakistan Textile Exporters Association.
| Islamabad : Textile Ministry taking concrete steps for the implementation of Textile Policy (December 03, 10)|
Federal Minister for Textile Ministry, Rana M. Farooq Saeed Khan, presided over the ‘4th meeting of Textile Policy Implementation Liaison Committee’, that was attended by representatives from various textile associations. The meeting reviewed the current situation emerging in textile sector along with the various problems confronting it. Secretary Textile Industry, Waqar Masood, briefed the participants about the various steps taken by the Textile Ministry for the implementation of the Textile Policy 2009-14 in the start.
| India : Yarn exports cap a blow to sector, says industry body (December 03, 10)|
The quantitative ceiling of 720 million kg that the Ministry of Textiles has imposed on the export of cotton yarn during 2010-11 will have far reaching adverse consequences for all segments in the textile industry of India, the Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) said on Thursday.
| India : Curbs on cotton yarn exports may unsettle textile sector (December 03, 10)|
The Centre has capped cotton yarn exports at 721 million kg and has given 45 days time for the shipment of the quantity. This restriction is likely to unsettle the textile industry as yarn prices are set to rise in the near future and plunge thereafter.