| Karachi : Cotton market faces brisk trading session (September 18, 10)|
The Karachi cotton market witnessed a brisk trading activity on back of higher demand amid strong physical prices and stable spot rate, traders at the Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) said Friday.
| India : UK-based absorbent fibre producer takes part in ICTN (September 18, 10)|
Super Absorbent Fibre (Oasis SAF) manufacturer Technical Absorbents Ltd (TAL) is looking forward to attending the 2010 International Conference on Technical Textile and Nonwovens (ICTN). Organised by the Department of Textile Technology at the Indian Institute of Technology, ICTN 2010 will be held at the Institute’s campus in Delhi between 11th and 13th November, 2010.
| Bangladesh : Global price surge of cotton hits local knitwear sector (September 17, 10)|
Knitwear sector has started to feel the bite of the recent price surge of cotton as costing of its products is shooting up due to higheryarn price.
| India : Textile trade works to defer cotton export to cut prices (September 17, 10)|
The postponement of registration for exports of cotton (now October 1) has helped to arrest its prices. These have dropped to Rs 3,700 per maund (37.324 kg) from Rs 4,000 per maund after the announcement.
| India : Textile sector upset with hike in repo, reverse repo rates (September 17, 10)|
The upward revision of Repo and Reverse Repo rates by Reserve Bank of India in its mid-quarter monetary policy review on Thursday has plunged the rate-sensitive textiles sector into a state of predicament.
| India : GEA calls claims of labour law violations by NGOs as absurd (September 16, 10)|
Mr. Rakesh Vaid, President, Garments Exporters Association has written to Mr. Dayanadhi Maran, Union Textile Minister to call for a halt of unethical activities of some of the NGOs, who have been making unwarranted, sinister statements to national and international media. This, he said, has brought a bad name to Indian garment exporters.