Jute fiber genomes likely to improve production of natural fiber

News Tags: affordability and versatility, biodegradable alternatives to synthetic materials. increasing worldwide, eco-friendly nature, golden fiber, help improve production, jute, Jute fiber genomes, second most important natural fiber after cotton in the world, working to develop new jute varieties

Hawaii
Jute fiber genomes likely to improve production of natural fiber
Summary: 
Jute, known as the golden fiber, is the world’s second most important natural fiber after cotton, due to its eco-friendly nature, affordability and versatility. The demand for jute fiber as biodegradable alternatives to synthetic materials is sought for a range of purposes which is increasing worldwide.

Jute, known as the golden fiber, is the world’s second most important natural fiber after cotton, due to its eco-friendly nature, affordability and versatility. The demand for jute fiber as biodegradable alternatives to synthetic materials is sought for a range of purposes which is increasing worldwide.

Researchers of University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa based in the Advanced Studies in Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics (ASGPB) were part of a Bangladesh-led effort that sequenced and analyzed the genomes of two species of jute, a fiber crop primarily grown in India and Bangladesh.

http://www.hawaii.edu/news/2017/02/23/jute-fiber-genomes-could-help-improve-production-of-natural-fiber/
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Indo Bangla need to increase business cooperation in jute sector

News Tags: explore global markets, fabrics, Indian Textiles Minister, Indo-Bangladesh Multi Sectorial Cooperation International Conference, jute, need to increase business cooperation, promote trade and investments, sectors like textiles, Smriti Irani

New Delhi
Indo Bangla need  to increase business cooperation in jute sector
Summary: 
Indian Textiles Minister Smriti Irani speaking at the Indo-Bangladesh Multi Sectorial Cooperation International Conference emphasized on the need to increase business cooperation between the two countries, India and Bangladesh.

Indian Textiles Minister Smriti Irani speaking at the Indo-Bangladesh Multi Sectorial Cooperation International Conference emphasized on the need to increase business cooperation between the two countries, India and Bangladesh.

Both the countries can have business collaborate in sectors like textiles, jute and fabrics to promote trade and investments and to explore global markets.

Irani also talked about promoting textiles tourism and modernizing infrastructure at borders to promote border haats.

http://www.thefinancialexpress-bd.com/2017/01/24/60047/Delhi-for-Indo-Bangla-jute-ties-to-explore-world-market
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Textile units to register online and provide production data

News Tags: all textile units across the value chain, demonetisation, except handloom, government, jute, Khadi, made it mandatory, move post demonetization, MSMEs, provide data on production, register online, Textile Industry

New Delhi
Textile units to register online and provide production data
Summary: 
The Government has made another move post demonetization.They have made it mandatory for all textile units across the value chain, except handloom, khadi and jute, will have to register online and provide data on production.

The Government has made another move post demonetization.They have made it mandatory for all textile units across the value chain, except handloom, khadi and jute, will have to register online and provide data on production.

While the registration will be one-time, production details should be shared by the units every month. Units can do this online from their premises or make use of the infrastructure available at the Regional Offices of the Textile Commissioner or powerloom service centres.

http://www.thehindu.com/business/Textile-units-told-to-submit-data/article16839523.ece
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China offers Bangladesh technology and finance for jute viscose project

News Tags: BJMC, building a plant, China, Grasim Industries, import of viscose material, Indian industry on edge, jute, major break through for textile sector, make viscose fibre from jute, MOD signed, offer technology and finance to Bangladesh, regular exporter of VSF, strengthen economic ties, Textile Industrial Corporation of China, Thai Rayon

Dhaka
China offers Bangladesh technology and finance for jute viscose project
Summary: 
China has made an offer of technology and finance to Bangladesh for building a plant to make viscose fibre from jute. Viscose made from cellulose fibre found in trees by way of a complex chemical treatment is softer than cotton with good moisture-absorbing properties. This offering by China is done in its pursuit to strengthen economic ties with South Asian countries.

China has made an offer of technology and finance to Bangladesh for building a plant to make viscose fibre from jute. Viscose made from cellulose fibre found in trees by way of a complex chemical treatment is softer than cotton with good moisture-absorbing properties. This offering by China is done in its pursuit to strengthen economic ties with South Asian countries.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/markets/indian-jute-sector-jittery-as-china-offers-bangladesh-help-116121300026_1.html
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Bihar to be the first state to make use of jute geo-textile in PMGSY

News Tags: Bihar government, Geotextiles are permeable fabrics, golden fibre, Indian jute mills association, innovative ways to save the jute industry, jute, National Jute Board, PMGSY, rural work department, strongly recommends use of geo textile

Bihar
Bihar to be the first state to make use of jute geo-textile in PMGSY
Summary: 
The National Jute Board (NJB), Bihar government’s rural works department and the Indian Jute Mills Association (IJMA) has endorsed the use of geo-textile in Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY).

The National Jute Board (NJB), Bihar government’s rural works department and the Indian Jute Mills Association (IJMA) has endorsed the use of geo-textile in Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY).

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India will be the country of honor of this year’s China-South Asia expo

News Tags: China Kunming Import and Export fair, China South Asia Expo, diverse sectors, establish trade linkage, FIEO, Garments, gateway between mainland its neighbours, India country of honor at the Expo, Indian firms to participate, jute, promoting all round cooperation, showcasing handicrafts

Bengaluru
India will be the country of honor of this year’s China-South Asia expo
Summary: 
The 3rd China-South Asia Expo, in conjunction with the 23rd China Kunming Import and Export Fair will be held in Kunming from June 12 to 16. The Expo will carry forward an objective of “promoting all-round cooperation and development between China and South Asia and Southeast Asia”, under the theme of “pursuing amity, sincerity, mutual benefits, inclusiveness, and win-win cooperation”.

The 3rd China-South Asia Expo, in conjunction with the 23rd China Kunming Import and Export Fair will be held in Kunming from June 12 to 16. The Expo will carry forward an objective of “promoting all-round cooperation and development between China and South Asia and Southeast Asia”, under the theme of “pursuing amity, sincerity, mutual benefits, inclusiveness, and win-win cooperation”.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ians/150-indian-exporters-to-participate-in-china-expo-115061000617_1.html
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Bangladeshi garment exports need to grow by 10pc to achieve the target set of $27 bn

News Tags: Bangladesh garment exports, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Export Promotion Bureau, garment makers, garment makers platform, home textile, jute, non traditional market, US showing positive signs

Dhaka
Bangladeshi garment exports need to grow by 10pc to achieve the target set of $2
Summary: 
As major markets like the US are showing positive signs, apparel exports of Bangladesh have been on the rise, but they need to grow by 10 percent every month in order to achieve their target of $27 billion in the current fiscal year, said Shahidullah Azim, vice-president of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, the garment makers' platform.

As major markets like the US are showing positive signs, apparel exports of Bangladesh have been on the rise, but they need to grow by 10 percent every month in order to achieve their target of $27 billion in the current fiscal year, said Shahidullah Azim, vice-president of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, the garment makers' platform.

Garment exports to non-traditional markets have growth by 7 percent year-on-year in the July-March period.

http://www.thedailystar.net/business/garment-exports-rise-3pc-july-march-76159
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Bangladesh to boost export growth decides on redefining export-oriented products

News Tags: Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Bangladesh government, BKMEA, BTMA, Export Promotion Bureau, held meeting with, home textile., inclusion of RMG in traditional category, jute, jute goods (Hessian, Knitwear, redefine export oriented goods, RMG products including oven, Sacking and CBC), traditional and non traditional

Dhaka
Bangladesh to boost export growth decides on redefining export-oriented products
Summary: 
Bangladesh government to boost exports has decided to redefine export-oriented traditional and non-traditional products as the contribution of the traditional products to the export basket has plunge to 2.74% in the last fiscal year, while the contribution of non-traditional products raise to 97.26%.

Bangladesh government to boost exports has decided to redefine export-oriented traditional and non-traditional products as the contribution of the traditional products to the export basket has plunge to 2.74% in the last fiscal year, while the contribution of non-traditional products raise to 97.26%.

Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) sources said that the recently the Prime Minister Office (PMO) in a letter directed the Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) to redefine export-oriented traditional and non-traditional products to accelerate export growth.

http://customstoday.com.pk/bangladesh-redefines-export-oriented-products-to-enhance-export-2/
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TICCI opens office in Kolkata to broaden business horizon

News Tags: act as an export gateway, Aditya Birla, Assocam, between India and Turkey, broaden business horizon, Custom Union, jute, leather, Mahindras and Mukesh Ambani groups, opened an office in Kolkata, present in Turkey, promote trade and investment, signed MoU, Tatas, TICCI, trade of textile, Turkey, with EU

Kolkata
TICCI opens office in Kolkata to broaden business horizon
Summary: 
Turkey has customs union with the European Union and thus acts as an export gateway to the EU. To promote trade and investment between India and Turkey, the Turkish Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (TICCI) has opened an office in Kolkata. TICCI has also signed a MoU with Assocam to broaden the business horizon for the two countries

Turkey has customs union with the European Union and thus acts as an export gateway to the EU. To promote trade and investment between India and Turkey, the Turkish Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (TICCI) has opened an office in Kolkata. TICCI has also signed a MoU with Assocam to broaden the business horizon for the two countries

TICCI President Ersin Karaoglan said that the chamber is focusing on automotive spares as well as tourism and education for bilateral business cooperation.

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/economy/turkish-indian-chamber-opens-office-in-kolkata/article6955293.ece
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Bangladesh to increase their two way trade with Canada to $5 billion by 2020

News Tags: Bangladesh to explore, boost bilateral trade, Canada Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Canadian imports, CanCham, duty free market access to Canada, encourage investment, increase export diversification, jute, organized trade fair, other fabric, potential trading opportunities, readymade garment

Dhaka
Bangladesh to increase their two way trade with Canada to $5 billion by 2020
Summary: 
Bangladesh has been enjoying duty-free market access to Canada since 2003 are now focusing to explore potential trading opportunities include expanding Canadian imports of readymade garment, jute, ceramic tableware and kitchenware.

Bangladesh has been enjoying duty-free market access to Canada since 2003 are now focusing to explore potential trading opportunities include expanding Canadian imports of readymade garment, jute, ceramic tableware and kitchenware.

Bangladesh aims to boost its present trade level of $2.0billion with Canada to $5.0 billion by 2020, a business leader said on Saturday.

Masud Rahman, president of Canada Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CanCham) said that they plan to increase their two-way trade to $5.0 billion at the end of 2020.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/business/bangladesh-aims-to-boost-trade-with-canada-to-5-billion-by-2020/articleshow/46245299.cms
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