| India : Cotton exporters run into trouble (November 16, 10)|
Procurement too low, prices too high, for time-bound commitments.
| Pakistan : Record high cotton prices jeopardise apparel, home textile industries (November 15, 10)|
Cotton crop arrivals appear attaining peak level in this month. A sharp drop of Rs 3,000 a maund of 37.324 Kg ex-gin last week would force the seed-cotton suppliers / growers to accelerate the pace of deliveries in fear of further drop in cotton prices.
| Faisalabad : Textile units to remain closed for two days (November 15, 10)|
Textile processing and printing mills, sizing units and foundries will remain closed for two days on Monday and Tuesday due to gas shedding, while 380 CNG stations of Faisalabad region were remained closed their Business owing to gas shedding, here on Sunday.
| India : Garment exports return to positive trend (November 15, 10)|
After lacklustre performance for four months, India's apparel exports returned to a growth trajectory expanding year-on-year by 2.5 per cent to $743 million in September helped by rising demand from the US.
| India : Mills hit by high cotton prices (November 15, 10)|
Several textile mills here have started curtailing production as cotton prices soar and cotton availability in the market comes down.
| Pakistan : Cotton futures prices recede after rewriting history (November 13, 10)|
After a stellar performance when New York cotton futures prices (ICE) posted the highest price since the last one hundred and sixty years at US Cents 157.23 per pound, they slumped on Wednesday to calm down to lower levels. Domestic lint prices followed suit on Thursday to record a sizeable decrease ranging from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000 per maund (37.32 Kgs).