| Indonesia : Lack of incentives stalls investment in textile industries (September 06, 10)|
This is the last of four stories on Indonesia as an emerging hotspot for foreign direct investment.
| India : Prices remain firm on millsí buying on cotton market (September 06, 10)|
Prices showed firmer trend on the cotton market as mills took interest in new buying, dealers said. The Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) official spot rate was unchanged at Rs 6,300, they said. In the ready business nearly 11,000 bales of cotton changed hands between Rs 6450-6600, they said.
| Bangladesh : US importers seek better treatment of Dhaka garment workers (September 06, 10)|
A group of US apparel and footwear importers and some lawmakers have protested the 'repression' of garment workers in Bangladesh who are rallying for a further wage increase.
| India : Kasliwals to bring textile business under one roof1 (September 06, 10)|
MW Corp, a diversified company controlled by cousins Mukul and Warij Kasliwal, will consolidate its textile business under a single entity in a move to combine operations of its 62-year-old uniform brand S Kumars and European workwear brand Klopman for better access to global customers.
| India : NMC blames APMC for Cotton Market woes (September 04, 10)|
Come monsoon and the Mahatma Phule Market, commonly known as Cotton Market, becomes worse than a garbage dump with slush, cow dung and rotting vegetable waste posing major problems for vendors and consumers.
| India : AEPC calls for calibrated cotton exports (September 04, 10)|
The Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) urged the government to ensure that exports of cotton / yarn are calibrated and do not cause supply disruption to producers of garments for export and domestic markets.