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Khadi paving ahead with its never ending appeal, India
The Khadi fabric is hand-woven mainly in the rural areas, and stands for self-dependence, liberation from poverty and patriotism and
Imposition of RGST draws negative reactions, Pakistan
Producers and exporters of bed wear items have agitated against the applicability of the Reformed General Sales Tax (RGST) regime
Orissa Govt to sell two cooperative spinning mills, India
In a meeting held by the CCD Cabinet Committee on September 27, the Orissa Government has resolved to sell the Kalinga Cooperative
GlobalTex shows robust traffic, United States Of America
Market Center Management Company (MCMC), the management company of GlobalTex: LA International Textile & Sourcing Fair, announced
Versatile research subject - DORNIER EasyLeno technology, Germany
The EasyLeno technology of Lindauer DORNIER GmbH was established seven years ago and since then has constantly been developed further.
J&K adopts extra measures to revive silk output, India
The state government of Jammu and Kashmir has asked its Sericulture Department to take necessary steps to triple the production within
Wool prices register hike once again, New Zealand
Hike in wool prices were registered again in the joint North and South Island sales. Coarse crossbred wools were the main focus of
Textile manufacturers to continue minimum wages, South Africa
In an agreement which will allow 385 textile units to continue their operations, the Economic Development Minister, Ebrahim Patel
APTMA lauds SNGPL for efficient handling of gas fields' ATA, Pakistan
Chairman All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) Gohar Ejaz has appreciated the Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Ltd (SNGPL) management
N.C. Textiles Conference to be held on October 13, United States Of America
Secretary Keith Crisco announced that the N.C. Department of Commerce will sponsor a conference focused on North Carolina textile
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