Putting forward the Amul model for producing cotton by GCCI

Related Keywords: cotton production and farming, Farm to Fashion – Indian Textile Global Summit at Ahmedabad, Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Indian textile scenario, Maskati Cloth Market Association, Textile Industry, textile industry in Gujarat, textile policy, yield of cotton per hectare

Ahmedabad
Summary: 
Shailesh Patwari, president, GCCI said that, estimates by GCCI indicate that despite being the second largest cotton producing country in the world, the yield of cotton per hectare in India is less than half of what it is in China, Australia and US. “The new model will help farmers in reducing their production costs while increasing their income as well as yield. Collective efforts will give them access to a bigger land and reduce their costs of adopting new technology and scientific assistance. It will over all benefit the value chain of the textile sector.” He also added that, GCCI and MCMA also said they are preparing a white paper to provide a roadmap of future of Indian textile scenario which will help formulate a new textile policy. “We are pushing for one nation, one policy for the textile industry, which is the need of the hour for stable investments, just like one nation one tax mantra of GST.”

Shailesh Patwari, president, GCCI said that, estimates by GCCI indicate that despite being the second largest cotton producing country in the world, the yield of cotton per hectare in India is less than half of what it is in China, Australia and US. “The new model will help farmers in reducing their production costs while increasing their income as well as yield. Collective efforts will give them access to a bigger land and reduce their costs of adopting new technology and scientific assistance.

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ahmedabad/gcci-proposes-amul-model-for-cotton-production/articleshow/63945994.cms
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Pakistan value added textile sector urge to clear TUF soon

Related Keywords: achieve compliance with international standards, allocated Rs42.5 billion, bedwear and readymade garments, improve the sectors technological configuration, key exports revenue spinners, Knitwear, mark-up support, Pakistan Ministry of Textile industry, remove critical imbalances, textile policy, value added textile sector, value chain

Karachi
Pakistan value added textile sector urge  to clear TUF soon
Summary: 
The Pakistan Ministry of textile industry had allocated Rs42.5 billion worth of mark-up support and other incentives in April 2010 to improve the sector’s technological configuration, remove critical imbalances in the value-chain and help it achieve compliance with international standards. But for the past two year, billions of rupees in refund claims under technology up-gradation fund (TUF) has been stuck which the value-added textile sector urged the government to clear it soon.

The Pakistan Ministry of textile industry had allocated Rs42.5 billion worth of mark-up support and other incentives in April 2010 to improve the sector’s technological configuration, remove critical imbalances in the value-chain and help it achieve compliance with international standards.
But for the past two year, billions of rupees in refund claims under technology up-gradation fund (TUF) has been stuck which the value-added textile sector urged the government to clear it soon.

https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/233271-Value-added-textile-sector-seeks-technology-upgrade-funds
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To boost Pakistani exports FTA talks with Turkey,Thailand and Iran

Related Keywords: Access for Pakistani products, assess potential for preferential arrangement, efforts are undertaken, facilitate exporters, Free Trade Agreement negotiations, joint research study, over six billion rupees allocated, potential markets, promote exports to new markets, textile policy, Thailand and Iran, underway with Korea, with Turkey

Karachi
To boost Pakistani exports FTA talks with Turkey,Thailand and Iran
Summary: 
To get access for Pakistani products in the potential markets, efforts are being undertaken for Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations with Turkey, Thailand and Iran. A joint research study to assess the potential for a preferential arrangement with Korea is also underway.

To get access for Pakistani products in the potential markets, efforts are being undertaken for Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations with Turkey, Thailand and Iran. A joint research study to assess the potential for a preferential arrangement with Korea is also underway.

In the current financial year, to facilitate exporters under the Textile Policy 2014-2019, over six billion rupees have been allocated, according to official sources.

http://nation.com.pk/business/20-Aug-2017/fta-talks-underway-with-turkey-thailand-and-iran-to-boost-pakistan-s-exports
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Odisha, Telangana to emulate Tirupur model in garments sector

Related Keywords: apparel park, both states have appealed to big garment units in Tirupur, invest in their respective states, Lux and Rupa, plan to replicate, such as Dollar, Telangana and Odisha, textile policy, Tirupur cluster of garment units, Tirupur Exporters Association

Coimbatore
Odisha, Telangana to emulate  Tirupur model in garments sector
Summary: 
Telangana and Odisha plan to replicate some of the successes of the Tirupur cluster of garment units. The officials of both the states have appealed to big garment units in Tirupur such as Dollar, Lux and Rupa to invest in their respective states.

Telangana and Odisha plan to replicate some of the successes of the Tirupur cluster of garment units. The officials of both the states have appealed to big garment units in Tirupur such as Dollar, Lux and Rupa to invest in their respective states.

According to sources, officials from Odisha textile handloom industries department recently made a visit to Tirupur to have a first-hand information and the cluster’s successful operation over the years.

http://www.financialexpress.com/market/commodities/odisha-telangana-want-to-replicate-tirupur-model-in-garments-sector/654632/
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Pakistan textile and clothing exports witness decline

Related Keywords: European Union under the GSP-Plus scheme, exports of readymade garments, fall in exports mainly driven by value added products, Knitwear, not boost exports, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, Pakistan preferential access, Pakistan textile and clothing exports decline, Product wise show, textile policy, towels declined, year-on-year basis

Islamabad
Pakistan textile  and clothing exports witness  decline
Summary: 
Pakistan’s textile and clothing exports decline by 1.30 percent to $1.064 billion in January on a year-on-year basis, according to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS). Product-wise details show that the exports of readymade garments dropped 3.60pc while those of knitwear declined 3.44pc and towels fell 1.36pcin January. The fall in exports was mainly driven by value-added products.

Pakistan’s textile and clothing exports decline by 1.30 percent to $1.064 billion in January on a year-on-year basis, according to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS). Product-wise details show that the exports of readymade garments dropped 3.60pc while those of knitwear declined 3.44pc and towels fell 1.36pcin January. The fall in exports was mainly driven by value-added products.

http://www.dawn.com/news/1316601/textile-clothing-exports-decline
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Karnataka textile policy modified to strengthen textile and garment units

Related Keywords: attract investment, ETP and interest subsidy, handloom and power loom, Karnataka state, mega projects, modification in Javali Neethi, push geographical distribution, spinning, strengthen textile value chain activities, Technical textile, textile and garment units, Textile parks, textile policy, weaving

Bengaluru
Karnataka textile policy modified to strengthen textile and garment units
Summary: 
Karnataka comparing with the policies of Maharashtra and Gujarat has made some modification in its Javali Neethi (Textile Policy) 2013-18 with an aim to not only strengthen its textile value chain activities but also to spur technical textiles and go for an aggressive push for geographical distribution of textile and garment units.

Karnataka comparing with the policies of Maharashtra and Gujarat has made some modification in its Javali Neethi (Textile Policy) 2013-18 with an aim to not only strengthen its textile value chain activities but also to spur technical textiles and go for an aggressive push for geographical distribution of textile and garment units.

The State is encouraging investments in almost all the sub-sectors of textile in the form of Textile Parks, Mega Projects, Integrated units and MSME units.

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/national/karnataka-tweaks-textile-policy-for-geographical-dispersion-of-units/article7743512.ece
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Textile and clothing sector to get Rs.64.15 incentives to boost exports to $26 bn by 2019

Related Keywords: cash subsidy, cotton to ginning, dyeing and finishing made ups and garments, important manufacturing sector, inherent potential for value addition, longest production chain, Pakistan textile industry, provide incentives, spinning fabric, textile policy, to boost exports

Islamabad
Textile and clothing sector to get Rs.64.15 incentives to boost exports to $26 b
Summary: 
The Pakistan textile industry is the most important manufacturing sector having longest production chain with inherent potential for value addition at each stage of processing, from cotton to ginning, spinning, fabric, dyeing and finishing, made -ups and garments. Under the textile policy, incentive of Rs. 64.15 billion cash subsidy to textile and clothing sector will be provided to boost exports to $ 26 billion by 2019.

The Pakistan textile industry is the most important manufacturing sector having longest production chain with inherent potential for value addition at each stage of processing, from cotton to ginning, spinning, fabric, dyeing and finishing, made -ups and garments. Under the textile policy, incentive of Rs. 64.15 billion cash subsidy to textile and clothing sector will be provided to boost exports to $ 26 billion by 2019.

http://www.brecorder.com/pakistan/industries-a-sectors/248123-incentives-in-textile-sector-to-boost-exports-to-$26bn.html
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Aptma urge for uninterrupted power supply to textile industry

Related Keywords: APTMA, DLTL, duty structure on MMF, exposed to euro, high cost of production, international market, Textile Industry, textile policy, TUFS, uninterrupted energy supply

Lahore
Aptma urge for uninterrupted power supply to textile industry
Summary: 
All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) has urged the government to ensure uninterrupted energy supply ahead of summer to textile industry in Punjab having witnessed a decline of 13 percent month-on-month basis as per the overall exports data for February 2015.

All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) has urged the government to ensure uninterrupted energy supply ahead of summer to textile industry in Punjab having witnessed a decline of 13 percent month-on-month basis as per the overall exports data for February 2015.

According to Aptma Chairman S M Tanveer, high cost of production is rendering textile industry uncompetitive in the international market place. Moreover, the competitors are being supported by government in terms of incentives, which is taking away Pakistan’ share in international market.

http://customstoday.com.pk/as-exports-see-13pc-decline-for-feb-2015-aptma-demands-uninterrupted-power-supply-industry/
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Pakistan textile ministry to facilitate industry for enhancing capacity to boost export

Related Keywords: boost exports, create employment, double export, economic revival, facilitate industry, formulate comprehensive, long term policy, Pakistan textile sector, textile policy, to enhance capacity, top priority, value addition

Islamabad
Pakistan textile ministry to facilitate industry for enhancing capacity to boost
Summary: 
The Pakistan government has put value addition in textile sector on top priority to double the exports in the sector for the economic revival of country for which there is a need to formulate a comprehensive and long-term policy. As both the government and industry were committed to fully exploiting the potential of all related sectors of textile aiming at to boost its exports for benefit of the country.

The Pakistan government has put value addition in textile sector on top priority to double the exports in the sector for the economic revival of country for which there is a need to formulate a comprehensive and long-term policy. As both the government and industry were committed to fully exploiting the potential of all related sectors of textile aiming at to boost its exports for benefit of the country.

A meeting of Federal Textile Board (FTB), Pakistan will be held soon to discuss the issues being faced by textile industrialists and the ministry to addresses these issues.

http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=260338
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Pak to resolve energy crisis in three years time

Related Keywords: economic environment to improve, foreign investors, increase export of textile, invest in Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, Ninth expo Pakistan, Pakistan textile sector, power producing units, prevailing energy crisis, Prime Minister, textile policy

Karachi
Pak to resolve energy crisis in three years time
Summary: 
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at the opening of the ninth Expo Pakistan in Karachi said that this was the best time for foreign investors to invest in Pakistan, as the economic environment is improving quickly and expressed confidence that the prevailing energy crisis will be resolved in three years time.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at the opening of the ninth Expo Pakistan in Karachi said that this was the best time for foreign investors to invest in Pakistan, as the economic environment is improving quickly and expressed confidence that the prevailing energy crisis will be resolved in three years time.

He assured in three years time there will be ample electricity available to industrial and household owners. Their goal is not only to provide electricity but also to lower the cost of its production.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/pak-to-overcome-energy-crisis-in-next-3-years-sharif-115022601301_1.html
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