Textile ministry pens 5-point exports plan

January 2005
Colourage;Jan2005, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p116
Trade Publication
This article discusses the five-point plan drafted by the Union ministry of textiles to boost textile exports and bring substantial investment into sector in the post-quota regime of the World Trade Organization. The ministry is planning for rationalization of the duty structure of the man-made fiber, dereservation of 26 items under the small scale industries, infuse subsidy schemes to bring the Indian textile sector at the international level field and enhance its role to actively facilitate in of setting apparel parks and textile clusters in the country.


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