Garment exporters seek Govt support, tax holidays

June 2009
Colourage;Jun2009, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p104
Trade Publication
The article reports on the need for the government to support the employment-intensive garment sector to ease the slowdown in demand from the export market in India. A. Sakthivel of Tirupur Exporters' Association (TEA) states that the industry is struggling to sustain in the competitive global market. He suggests that the government should consider and resolve the problems to put the industry back on growth direction. He adds that the industry should be given a five-year tax holiday.


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