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COVID-19 hurts textile exporters
Textile and clothing exporters have started feeling the impact of Covid-19 because of supply chain disruptions, fall in exports and cancellation of international events
SIMA hails marginal increase in duty drawback rates
Ashwin Chandran, Chairman, The Southern India Mills’ Association (SIMA) has thanked the Duty Drawback Committee and the Government for considering the inputs given by the textiles and clothing industry and enhancing the rates marginally across the value chain.
India dreams of capturing 8-9 per cent of the total global trade by 2020, however looking at the present scenario, it may capture a share of only 5-6 per cent by 2020.
Cotton & MMF – Outlook 2020
After registering a decline of about 9 per cent in cotton season (CS) 2018-19, India’s cotton production is likely to witness a double-digit growth of about 16 per cent in CS 2019-20 with production at 6.6 billion kg during the year on back of favourable monsoon as well as increased MSP that led to increased cotton crop sowing. For CS20, the acreage under cotton is estimated to have marginally increased by about 1.3 per cent to 12.8 million hectares.
Uncertainty in cotton trade continues
In the recent times cotton prices in the entire major cotton-producing countries have been falling posing problems to the farm community. More than that, the production estimates have also been steadily declining, causing worries to the cotton community.
Cotton & MMF outlook-2020
World cotton production is projected to be lower than its consumption for the fourth year in row. This has marginally supported the cotton prices in CS19 despite the subdued demand.
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