| India : Textile units hike yarn prices thrice in a month (November 02, 10)|
Garment exporters across the country got yet another jolt on Monday with the textile mills raising yarn prices by Rs 7 per kg for all counts.
| India : Cotton prices tend lower on week closing day after touching historical highs on domestic, US markets (November 01, 10)|
Buyers were vying with sellers despite prices rising to make history - the spot on Monday rose by Rs200 to Rs8000, while there were no respite. In ready business prices to the highest level of Rs 8600 and spot to Rs 8300. But on the closing day bears dominated the market, as trade slackened to around 27,000 bales in price range Rs 8000-8450 and spot rate reduced by Rs 100 to Rs 8200.
| India : Garment export delivery schedules hit (November 01, 10)|
Garment export delivery schedules in the country are going awry on account of soaring prices of cotton yarn and its scarcity in the market. Garment manufacturers feel the heat as they head into the important spring-summer buying season and also in fulfilling orders for the upcoming Christmas and New Year season.
| India : Rising rupee continues to hurt garment exporters (November 01, 10)|
Tribulations continue to impact the textile industry in the north.
| India : Over 90% of cotton exports head to competitors in textiles (November 01, 10)|
As cotton shipments are set to resume today, over 90 per cent of the commodity, for which the Textile Commissioner has given permission for exports, will head to China, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Indonesia.
| Islamabad : India unlikely to sell cotton to local mills (October 30, 10)|
Indian traders selling cotton to Pakistan are unlikely to honour most of the deals for nearly one million bales after they failed to get registered with export authorities, industry officials said on Friday.