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CCI launches Indian cotton brand “HIRA” – SIMA hails
February 2020
India became the largest producer of cotton in the year 2014-15 and continues to be the leader in cotton production in the world by accounting 37 per cent area under cotton.
Acreage under Bt cotton goes up
July 2018
The Cotton Advisory Board CAB has estimated cotton production for this season (October 2017 to September 2018) to be 370 lakh bales.
India’s cotton yarn exports fall
September 2017
According to data compiled by the Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council (TEXPROCIL), Indian cotton yarn exports witnessed a fall of 9.79 per cent in the first four months of fiscal 2017-18. Exporters cite slow pick up by China and Bangladesh, the two big target markets comprising around half of the cotton yarn shipments from India, for the decline.
Dyeing textiles without effluent
September 2017
At present about 24,000 cubic meters of wastewater are treated with membrane elements and ion exchangers from LANXESS in the Tiruppur region in Tamil Nadu. Clean water is essential for human life.
Thulasidharan to continue as President of ICF
August 2017
J Thulasidharan, Managing Director of Coimbatore-based The Rajaratna Group of Mills, will continue as president of Indian Cotton Federation, formerly known as South India Cotton Association, for 2017-18.
Cotton Front Looks Up!
May 2017
All pointers are pointing in the right direction for cotton, and the current cotton year is sure to bring more cheer to the cotton stakeholders in India, spells out an ITJ Exclusive Report. After a year of whimpers and subdued whispers, it’s all smiles on the cotton front now! All pointers are pointing in the right direction for cotton, and the current cotton year is sure to bring more cheer to the cotton stakeholders in India, spells out an ITJ Exclusive Report.
Boost to small cotton growers
February 2017
Primark’s Sustainable Cotton Program aims to help women smallholders in India embrace environmentally friendly production techniques that can help boost yields.
Currency crisis hits Indian cotton trade
December 2016
The currency imbroglio that is currently experienced in India following a cash shortage is hurting the cotton trade. With farmers seeking to sell their produce only in cash, the scarcity of notes has led to daily cotton arrivals declining by almost 50 per cent.
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