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Chinese cotton ban affects Noida apparel makers

Sep 02, 2021
Chinese cotton ban affects Noida apparel makers

Noida

According to the reports, the apparel makers in Noida are facing huge losses because of the international ban on Xinjiang cotton.

Due to the reports of human rights violations against Uighur Muslims, many countries had banned the import of cotton from the Xinjiang region of China. Due to this, the Chinese manufacturers have reduced production in their country and have also booked cotton yarn from India and other Southeast Asian countries. This has further caused an increase in the prices of yarn and thread for domestic traders.

The apparel manufacturers believe that the yarn prices have increased by 70 to 80% which has led to an increased cost of production. Another factor due to which the losses have mounted more is the importing of garments by the neighbouring countries like Bangladesh at a cheaper rate.

According to Lalit Thukral, president, Noida Apparel Export Cluster (NAEC), the cost of a dress that they export is $8 while the same dress is offered by Bangladesh manufacturers at $6.5. If the government will levy an additional duty on cotton of 10%, it will add to the problems.

Source – Money Control

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