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Focus on value-added MMF segment: CITI AGM
November 2020
Ravi Capoor, IAS, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, advised the stakeholders to focus on value added MMF segment, technical textiles, scale of operation and indigenous textile machinery manufacturing facilities to make Indian textiles and clothing industry globally competitive and grab the post-COVID-19 opportunities.
Textile Industry: Locked down
May 2020
Covid-19 virus that has thrown the economic activity out of gear across the world has also halted the Indian textile industry to a grinding halt.
CITI hails PM’s decision to stabilise Indian economy
April 2020
Confederation of Indian Textile Industry’s (CITI) Chairman, T Rajkumar thanked and appreciated the Central Government and State Governments for the efforts undertaken under the dynamic leadership of the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, to contain and minimise the effects of unprecedented outbreak of deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19).
New textile policy will address all issues: Textile Secretary
March 2020
The Central government would address all issues in its new National Textile Policy, which is likely to be announced in a couple of months, Union Textile Secretary Ravi Capoor has said.
Diversify to polyester textile products – advises Secretary (Textiles)
February 2020
The Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI), the National apex body for the textiles & clothing industry across the Nation, organised an interactive meeting with Ravi Capoor, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India with the office-bearers of 48 textile Associations in South India representing the entire textile value chain.
CITI hails proposed Mega Textile Park Scheme
February 2020
The Ministry of Textiles under the dynamic leadership of Union Textile Minister, Smriti Zubin Irani, is in the process of formulating the new textile policy and it is likely to be announced in 2020.
Textile bodies hail financial measures to boost economy
November 2019
Indian textiles and clothing industry, the second largest employment provider (around 11 crore people) next only to agriculture was the second largest exporter in the world during 2017, now it has slipped to 5th position due to global recession especially in the aftermath of US-China trade war and the tariff concessions extended for the competing Nations like Vietnam, Bangladesh, Pakistan, etc.
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