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Indian government abolishes All India Handloom Board
The All India Handloom Board (AIHB), constituted in 1992, with the aim to advise the Government in formulating policy for the overall development of the handloom sector, has been abolished by the Indian government.
Assam textile policy on anvil
Assam will soon formulate a textile policy to boost the handloom and textile sector. The proposed policy will focus on integrating production and marketing of handloom and textile products, empowering weavers.
Panipat to get textiles facilitation centre
The Haryana Government plans to open a facilitation centre for textiles and handloom industry with state-of-the-art facilities including a laboratory in Panipat to support entrepreneurs and weavers.
MoU to help SC handloom weavers
NSFDC under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment signed an MoU with the Development Commissioner (Handlooms) to help SC weavers and their families by promoting production and marketing of high-value quality handlooms products.
AD duty on NFY extended
The Finance Ministry in India has extended by one year the validity of anti-dumping duty on nylon filament yarn from China, Chinese Taipei, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and South Korea. The revenue department has also extended by one year the validity of anti dumping duty on Saccharin imports from China.
States in $500-BN RAce!
Some States have upped their ante in textiles, declaring it a ´sunrise industry´ and by improving infrastructure and policies, they promise to lend a helping hand to the Indian Government´s efforts to carve out a bigger slice in global textile trade. Joseph S and Karthik M recount the story with details.
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