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India’s share in cotton yarn and RMG market declines
According to a report, India has lost its global market share of cotton yarn and ready-made garments to China and Vietnam. This is because of high cost, lack of free trade agreements, and intensifying competition.
Xinjiang boycott causes China sales to slump: H&M
The sales of the famous Swedish fashion brand, H&M saw a slump in China due to the boycott issues. The brand had also raised concerns over human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims in China's Xinjiang province.
Pandemic has made healthy living a priority for buyers
In this interview with Rakesh Rao, Kailash Lalpuria, Executive Director and CEO of Indo Count Industries Ltd, explains how India can benefit from the China Plus One policy adopted by the leading global brands.
Circular economy can make textile units efficient
In developing countries like Brazil, Bangladesh, India, China, Pakistan, and Turkey, the global textiles market is estimated at around $1.4 trillion. It employs around 300 million people.