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Bangla to bring all textile sectors under one fold
The Government of Bangladesh recently has published final draft of Textile Act 2015, a thorough look of which reveals that the act is to bring all sub sectors of textiles under one umbrella which is The Directorate of Textiles (DoT) under the Ministry of Textiles.
Bangladesh textile: Opportunities ahead...
The current global apparel market is estimated $1,100 billion with trade value of $700 billion. European Union is the largest consumer market, reaching $350 billion per annum, whilst China is the largest exporter with $288 billion. Leading countries such as EU, USA & Japan focus solely on highest value stages of textile and apparel value chain, that are designing, marketing & distribution. Meanwhile, the manufacturing activities are concentrated in India, China & other developing countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, Vietnam, Indonesia, etc.
Trousers top Bangla’s RMG export list
Bangladesh’s total readymade garment (RMG) shipment touched $28.09 billion in the last fiscal, of which trousers topped the list of apparel exports item accounting for more than 22 per cent.
Pak sees scope in made-ups, RMG
Pakistan Federal Minister for Commerce Khurram Dastagir Khan has said that Pakistan aims at increasing exports to India to $1 billion within a year, as made-up textiles products and ready-made garments have great potential to make their way to Indian markets. He was chairing a meeting of the Pak-India Business Council in Islamabad recently.
Garment export to US, EU on the rise
While Bangladesh, India and Pakistan are expecting higher exports of readymade garment (RMG) to the U.S. and European Union (EU), exports from the East Asian giant China and start-ups Cambodia and Vietnam are the on decline.
Impact of recession on textile sector in India
The 2008 recession was another defining moment in the life of Indian textile industry, and a study by Rajan Nagpal & Ronak Agarwal reveals the effect of the slowdown on the return on equity % and the profit margin % of the major textile firms following that period.
Demand side management in textiles in Bangladesh
Trade encouragement policies of the western countries, availability of cheap labour and low energy costs have provided Bangladesh with huge potential in the global clothing market, especially in EU and the US, feel Rakesh Kumar Goyal and Dr RP Agarwal
New textile policy very soon
Union Minister of State for Textiles Santosh Gangwar said the national textile policy will be finalised soon and it is likely to be ready by the month of April. Speaking to Indian Textile Journal, Gangwar said, ´The national textile policy will be finalised soon. May be at the end of April.