Pakistan textile exports likely to touch $13 bn this year

News Tags: cash incentives, driven primarily by surge, first five month of current fiscal year, going up steadily, Pakistan textile exporters association, Pakistan textile exports, raises expectations to touch $13 billion, technological advancement, textile sector heavily banked on energy, textile shipment jumped, trade package, value added textile exports

Faisalabad
Pakistan textile exports likely to touch $13 bn this year
Summary: 
Pakistan textile exports have been going up steadily, in the first five month (July to November) of the current fiscal year textile shipment jumped 7.66 percent year-on-year to $5.51 billion driven primarily by a surge in value added textile exports. This positive sign raises expectations that full-year proceeds likely to touch $13 billion after a hiatus of two years.

Pakistan textile exports have been going up steadily, in the first five month (July to November) of the current fiscal year textile shipment jumped 7.66 percent year-on-year to $5.51 billion driven primarily by a surge in value added textile exports. This positive sign raises expectations that full-year proceeds likely to touch $13 billion after a hiatus of two years.

https://tribune.com.pk/story/1596363/2-industry-hopes-textile-exports-will-jump-13b-year/
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Cotton price rise to season's new high of Rs7,800

News Tags: 7 lakh cotton bales, anticipating rise in price, Cotton market, cotton prices scales, fast dwindling stock, Ginners, holding back stock, KCA, quality lint, ready market rates, rising demand, seasons new peak, spot rate, trading activity remain moderate

Karachi
Cotton price rise to season's new high of Rs7,800
Summary: 
At the cotton market in the backdrop of fast dwindling stocks of quality lint amid rising demand, cotton prices scales to season’s new peak of Rs7,800 per maund on Friday. On the other end, ginners were holding back their stocks anticipating further rise in prices due to which trading activity remained moderate.

At the cotton market in the backdrop of fast dwindling stocks of quality lint amid rising demand, cotton prices scales to season’s new peak of Rs7,800 per maund on Friday. On the other end, ginners were holding back their stocks anticipating further rise in prices due to which trading activity remained moderate.

However, a big deal of 10,300 bales from Khanpur was finalised between a ginner and spinner at season’s high Rs7,800 per maund late in the evening. Another deal of 400 bales from Dherki was done at Rs7,700 per maund.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1379573/cotton-scales-seasons-new-peak-of-rs7800
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AICC in Malawi urge govt to make K3.5bn investment into cotton industry

News Tags: 000 in 2017, 000 metric tons in 2012, AICC in Malawi, around 15, cotton input supply, cotton farming, farm inputs, farmers, gone down from 100, Malawi cotton production, revive the industry, the African Institute of Corporate Citizenship, urged government to make investment, US$4.8 million into cotton farming, verge of collapsing

Africa
AICC in Malawi urge govt to make K3.5bn investment into cotton industry
Summary: 
Malawi’s cotton production has gone down from 100,000 metric tons in 2012 to around 15,000 in 2017, to revive the industry which it says is at the verge of collapsing, the African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC) in Malawi has urged the government to make investment of US$4.8 million (about K3.5 billion) into cotton farming, said AICC Chief Executive Officer Felix Lombe on Wednesday in Mzuzu.

Malawi’s cotton production has gone down from 100,000 metric tons in 2012 to around 15,000 in 2017, to revive the industry which it says is at the verge of collapsing, the African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC) in Malawi has urged the government to make investment of US$4.8 million (about K3.5 billion) into cotton farming, said AICC Chief Executive Officer Felix Lombe on Wednesday in Mzuzu.

https://www.nyasatimes.com/african-institute-tip-malawi-invest-k3-5-bn-cotton-industry/
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Advanced centre on silk farming to be set up in Kishanganj

News Tags: Abdul Kalam Agriculture College in Kishanganj, Bihar agriculture ministry, departments for detailed study, mulberry production, on mulberry plants, promote silk industry in the state, proposed advanced centre, sanctioned Rs 60 crore, sericulture, silk farming, silk growers, silk textile technology, silkworm

Patna
Advanced centre on silk farming to be set up in Kishanganj
Summary: 
Bihar agriculture ministry has sanctioned Rs 60 crore for the proposed advanced centre on sericulture (silk farming) at Abdul Kalam Agriculture College in Kishanganj this fiscal to promote silk industry in the state, said agriculture minister Prem Kumar.

Bihar agriculture ministry has sanctioned Rs 60 crore for the proposed advanced centre on sericulture (silk farming) at Abdul Kalam Agriculture College in Kishanganj this fiscal to promote silk industry in the state, said agriculture minister Prem Kumar.

The advanced centre will have separate departments for detailed study on mulberry plants, mulberry production, silkworm, silk textile technology and the one dealing with the pest problem that afflict silkworms.

https://www.telegraphindia.com/states/bihar/rs-60cr-silk-farming-centre-in-kishanganj-197242
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SGI Dubai 2018 a platform with focus on textile industry coming up soon

News Tags: 21st edition of Sign and Graphic Imaging trade show, all industry stakeholders, cater needs of Saudi textile industry, feature exclusive textile focused brands, platform of opportunities, printing focused pavilion, SGI Dubai 2018, SGI Textile, showcase equipment, trade visitors from across the globle

Dubai
SGI Dubai 2018 a platform with focus on textile industry coming up soon
Summary: 
SGI Dubai 2018, the 21st edition of Sign and Graphic Imaging trade show will feature exclusive textile focused brands that will showcase their equipment to cater to the needs of Saudi textile industry in Saudi. SGI Dubai is not just a trade show but a platform of opportunities for all the industry stakeholders and trade visitors from across the globe.

SGI Dubai 2018, the 21st edition of Sign and Graphic Imaging trade show will feature exclusive textile focused brands that will showcase their equipment to cater to the needs of Saudi textile industry in Saudi. SGI Dubai is not just a trade show but a platform of opportunities for all the industry stakeholders and trade visitors from across the globe.

http://www.tradearabia.com/news/MEDIA_334665.html
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HRDC to register rich traditional textile designs of State

News Tags: aesthetic heritage, ASTEC, Design Registry of the country, handloom fabric, Handloom Research and Designing Centre, part of ethno-history, Patent Information Centre, provide protection from plagiarists, reflect rich cultural, register traditional textile designs, State’s Handloom Directorate, submitted proposal, Traditional designs of the State

Guhawati
HRDC to register rich traditional textile designs of State
Summary: 
The traditional designs of the State reflect the rich cultural and aesthetic heritage of its indigenous people. They also form a part of the ethno-history of this part of the globe with their intricacies and brilliance. To provide protection from plagiarists, the Handloom Research and Designing Centre (HRDC) have submitted proposal to the State’s Handloom Directorate to register the traditional textile designs of the State with the Design Registry of the country.

The traditional designs of the State reflect the rich cultural and aesthetic heritage of its indigenous people. They also form a part of the ethno-history of this part of the globe with their intricacies and brilliance. To provide protection from plagiarists, the Handloom Research and Designing Centre (HRDC) have submitted proposal to the State’s Handloom Directorate to register the traditional textile designs of the State with the Design Registry of the country.

http://www.assamtribune.com/scripts/detailsnew.asp?id=dec3017/at057
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Wild silk and Silkmark exhibition being organized in Guwahati

News Tags: conservation, discerning customers, jointly organized by Central Silk Board, on Wild Moths, part of three-day 8th International Conference, popularise silk fabrics, post-cocoon technology, research on host plants, sericulture, silk processing, silkworms, vanya or wild silk and Silkmark exhibition, wild silk industry

Guhawati
Wild silk and Silkmark exhibition being organized in Guwahati
Summary: 
A vanya or wild silk and Silkmark exhibition will be part of the three-day 8th International Conference on Wild Moths jointly organized by the Central Silk Board (CSB) under the central ministry of textiles and the International Society for Wild Silk Moths, Japan, at Hotel Radisson Blu in Guwahati from January 22 to popularise silk fabrics among discerning customers in the state.

A vanya or wild silk and Silkmark exhibition will be part of the three-day 8th International Conference on Wild Moths jointly organized by the Central Silk Board (CSB) under the central ministry of textiles and the International Society for Wild Silk Moths, Japan, at Hotel Radisson Blu in Guwahati from January 22 to popularise silk fabrics among discerning customers in the state.

https://www.telegraphindia.com/states/north-east/exhibition-of-wild-silk-to-popularise-fabric-197234
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Cotton price continued to remain unchanged

News Tags: cotton bales, Cotton market, cotton price remained firm, demand for quality lint, Karachi cotton exchange, slow trading activity, unchanged spot rates

Karachi
Cotton price continued to remain unchanged
Summary: 
At the Karachi Cotton Exchange on Thursday, slow trading activity was witnessed also the spot rates remained unchanged at Rs7,000/maund (37.324kg) and Rs7,502/40kg.

At the Karachi Cotton Exchange on Thursday, slow trading activity was witnessed also the spot rates remained unchanged at Rs7,000/maund (37.324kg) and Rs7,502/40kg.

Ex-Karachi rates also stood firm at Rs7,145/maund and Rs7,657/40kg after an addition of Rs145 and Rs155 as upcountry expenses, respectively.

The cotton market recorded only 10 transactions of around 1,500 bales at a price of Rs6,300 to Rs7,500/maund. Notable transactions were recorded from Daharki, Ghotki, DG Khan, Jahanian, Faqirwali, Haroonabad and Bahawalnagar.

https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/261708-cotton-unchanged
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Kazakh fabrics to be supplied in Uzbekistan and Belarus

News Tags: Kazakh consortium of light industry enterprises, Kazakh cotton, Kazakhstan producers, plan to supply fabrics, plans to supply sow a rough fabric to Belarus, power structures of Uzbekistan, prepare cloths, representatives of business communities, Uzbekistan and Belarus this year, without decorative finishing, worked fruitfully, Zhasampaz

Astana
Kazakh fabrics to be supplied in Uzbekistan and Belarus
Summary: 
The Kazakh consortium of light industry enterprises Zhasampaz have worked fruitfully with representatives of business communities of Uzbekistan and Belarus this year, in its plan to supply fabrics to these states.

The Kazakh consortium of light industry enterprises Zhasampaz have worked fruitfully with representatives of business communities of Uzbekistan and Belarus this year, in its plan to supply fabrics to these states.

http://menafn.com/1096271326/about.html
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India’s cotton export assessed to rise to 67 lakh bales in current year

News Tags: assessment, by 15 percent to 67 lakh bales, Cotton Advisory Board, cotton corporation of India, cotton export estimated to increase, crop production is estimated to increase, current 2017-18 marketing year, Minister of state for textiles, rise in the output of commodity, started in October

New Delhi
India’s cotton export assessed to rise to 67 lakh bales in current year
Summary: 
The current 2017-18 marketing year which started in October, due to the rise in the output of the commodity, Parliament was informed that the cotton export is estimated to increase by 15 percent to 67 lakh bales (of 170 kg each). This assessment was made by the Cotton Advisory Board.

The current 2017-18 marketing year which started in October, due to the rise in the output of the commodity, Parliament was informed that the cotton export is estimated to increase by 15 percent to 67 lakh bales (of 170 kg each). This assessment was made by the Cotton Advisory Board.

The crop production is estimated to increase to 377 lakh bales during the 2017-18 period, from 345 lakh bales.

Minister of State for Textiles Ajay Tamta said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha that the shipments were aggregated at 58.21 lakh bales during 2016-17 marketing year,

http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/economy/cotton-export-pegged-at-67-lakh-bales-in-current-marketing-year-2470697.html
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