The second All India Cotton Conference is being organized by Indian Cotton Federation (ICF) based on the theme â€˜Indian Cotton Scenario in the Current Context 2014-15â€™. The second conference will be a follow up of the Federationâ€™s maiden event held in 2012.
These conferences provide the platform to discuss the challenges faced by the sector and seek opinions from all sections of the trade. The earlier event focused on the challenges facing the cotton industry. The discussions were useful, but due to time constraint, the problems confronting the industry could not be discussed in detail. Keeping in mind, the time constraint faced during the earlier event and also as ICF expects at least 300 delegates from India and abroad to participate in this event, it has been proposed to conduct it over two days this year, said ICF President J Thulasidharan.
Since cotton prices will be the deciding factor for smooth working of the textile industry with sustenance of margins in domestic and export sales, discussions in the forthcoming event would centre on policy initiatives of the government, agencies.
The resolutions adopted will be forwarded to the Union and State Governments for consideration and any suggestions by the government to boost the textile industry in India.
The second All India Cotton Conference will be held in Coimbatore during August 12 -13
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