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Remove anti-dumping on VSF, appeals NCTC
The National Committee on Textiles & Clothing (NCTC) appealed the Prime Minister to remove Anti-Dumping Duty (ADD) on Viscose Staple Fibre (VSF) and address the VSF spun yarn availability and price issues to prevent job losses.
Textile industry under pressure
Going forward, the textile industry scenario will depend on how the situation evolves in the domestic and international markets and faster return to normalcy will enable the industry to curtail the damages and improve on its growth prospects.
Sweden keen on tie-up with Aditya Birla Group on smart textiles
Sven-Erik Bucht Minister for Rural Affairs from the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation Sweden arrived in Mumbai to discuss a joint project on smart textiles involving potentially Aditya Birla Group, Swedish company Domsjö and the two governments as well as the European Union.
The minister visited the Aditya Birla Group Textile Research Application Development Centre at Kharach in Gujarat, which is India’s pioneer in viscose staple fibre (VSF), a man-made, bio-degradable fibre with characteristics akin to cotton. The prime aim of this visit is to boost development on smart textiles from using VSF, cellulosic fibre and pulp as an alternative to cotton and hence the Aditya Birla group is a natural fit with its easily blendable cellulosic fibre.
Designer’s AW collection with LIVA Creme
Priyadarshini Rao, leading Indian Fashion Designer has launched this season’s exclusive autumn winter collection in collaboration with LIVA Crème, a cellulose fibre by Birla Cellulose which is 100 per cent natural and 100 per cent man-made.
VSF growing at 27% in last 2 years: M Samuel
Aditya Birla Group’s fibre division, Birla Cellulose has always been at the forefront of revolution in viscose staple fibres and achieved global reputation since many years ago.
Ups & downs in 2015
Global growth is forecast at 3.5 per cent in 2015 and 3.8 percent in 2016, with uneven prospects across the main countries and regions. Growth in emerging market economies is softening, reflecting an adjustment to diminished medium-term growth expectations and lower revenues from commodity exports, as well as country-specific factors.
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