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  India : India’s cotton consumption is expected to rise in this decade (February 01, 11)
India’s textile industry will need additional 10 million metric tons of fibers in order to reach a value of US$ 220 billion by 2020. According to Mr. Ashish Dhir, Associate Vice-President of Technopak Advisors Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India’s textile industry which is valued at US $70 billion in 2009 is estimated to reach US$ 220 billion by the end of this decade. By 2020, the domestic market will be US$ 140 billion and the export market will be worth at US$ 80 billion.
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  India : HC firm on shutting down polluting Tirupur dyeing units (February 01, 11)
The Madras High Court on Monday declined to alter its order directing closure of all dyeing and bleaching units in the hosiery town of Tirupur for causing pollution despite its earlier directives.
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  Pakistan : Indian traders refuse to ship cotton for the fifth time (January 31, 11)
Indian traders have, for the fifth time in the current season, backed out of their commitment to export cotton to Pakistan and demanded renegotiation of prices, importers said on Saturday.
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  India : Target $220 bn by 2020:India textiles needs10 mmt more fibers (January 31, 11)
India’s textile industry will need additional 10 million metric tons of fibers in order to reach a value of US$ 220 billion by 2020. According to Mr. Ashish Dhir, Associate Vice-President of Technopak Advisors Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India’s textile industry which is valued at US $70 billion in 2009 is estimated to reach US$ 220 billion by the end of this decade. By 2020, the domestic market will be US$ 140 billion and the export market will be worth at US$ 80 billion.
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  India : NID to revive Northeast textile industry (January 31, 11)
Year 1961: The Indian government realised the need for development and growth of small industries in the country and joined hands with Ford Foundation, to sponsor a three month visit of renowned American designers—Charles and Ray Eames.
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  Pakistan : Chairman APTMA blames India for negating spirit of SAARC (January 29, 11)
Chairman All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) Gohar Ejaz has blamed the Indian government for negating the spirit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARD) objectives by distorting the principle of free market mechanism on cotton trade.
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