India seen losing out to Asian competitors in textile exports

June 2009
Colourage;Jun2009, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p103
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increasing international competition in the textile industry in India. It states that cotton producers from Bangladesh, China, and Vietnam is threatening the country's textile industry. Textile and clothing exports from the country during April-December 2008 were $15.27 billion, a .12% increase in the previous season. The slow growth of the country's textile industry was due to lack of infrastructure.


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