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Shortage of VSF & ELS cotton in the industry: SIMA
March 2021
The industry has been pleading the government to remove anti-dumping duty of USD 0.103 to 0. 512 per kg imposed on the VSF during the last several years, which is under active consideration
NITMA pleads for quick action on ADD on viscose yarn
February 2021
President NITMA, Sanjay Garg pleads for quick notification on ADD on Viscose Spun Yarn originating from Indonesia, Vietnam and China, as recommended by DGTR vide its notification dated 30the December 2020.
NITMA hails ADD on viscose spun, urges ADD for PSY
February 2021
Sanjay Garg, president, North Indian Textile Mills’ Association, hailed the recommendation of DGTR to levy anti-dumping duty on viscose spun yarn. Garg also urged to levy anti-dumping duty on polyester spun yarn.
NITMA hails ADD on viscose spun yarn, urges ADD for PSY
January 2021
Sanjay Garg, president, North Indian Textile Mills’ Association, hailed the recommendation of DGTR to levy anti-dumping duty on viscose spun yarn. Garg also urged to levy anti-dumping duty on polyester spun yarn.
NITMA hails removal of ADD on acrylic fibre
December 2020
Sanjay Garg, President, NITMA said that NITMA wholeheartedly welcomes the Government’s decision to revoke the anti-dumping duty (ADD) on acrylic fibre (AF) originating in or exported
ADD on acrylic fibre
October 2020
DGTR has recommended that continuation of the duty is required on imports of Acrylic Fibre from Thailand in view of the above conclusion.
PFY Dilemma
April 2014
Polyester filament yarn (PFY) has always posed various problems in India due to different lobbies from the textile industry acting in their own interests. A national fibre policy could have led the industry to a solution but so far, it has been only a far cry.
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