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TPP to boost Malaysian textiles
Malaysia’s textile division will grow by at least 30 per cent, thanks to a surge of investment when the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement comes into force, according to Rebecca Chiang, executive director, Malaysian Knitting Manufacturers Association (MKMA). The trade deal’s ‘yarn forward’ rule makes it mandatory to use TPP member-country produced yarn for TPP-made textiles in order to be covered by the agreement’s market access benefits
India´s per capita fibre demand bounces back
The latest ´Textile Pipeline´ from PCI Fibres offers in 11 pages a highly focused review in the form of text, charts and tables of the Indian textiles economy; an economy which has been experiencing relatively disappointing growth among its local consumers; that is, until 2014. Following a bounce-back in per capita fibre demand of nearly 10 per cent in 2009, growth then slowed year by year down to just 2 per cent in 2013, coming back strongly in 2014 by nearly 8 per cent.
Dumping is a two-way traffic. ´Dumpers´ are victims themselves at times. For the global textile industry, which has come a long way since dismantling of quotas in 2005, this is a disputable irritant that rears its ugly head now & then.
Penfabric Sdn. Berhad is OEKO-TEX ® Company of the Month for Feb14
In Malaysia is becoming an increasingly attractive growth market for international clothing retailers. The yarn and fabric manufacturer Penfabric Sdn. Berhad, which belongs to the Japanese Toray Group, is one of the leading companies in the Malaysian textile industry
Epsons new launch for garment industry
Leading digital imaging and printing solutions provider EPSON Malaysia has ventured into textile and garment industry, with the launch of its new direct-to-garment printers line-up
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