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INDIA: Govt over lifting the cap on export of cotton
[Jun 14, 2011] After months of differences between the agriculture and textiles ministry over lifting the cap on export of cotton, the government on Wednesday finally allowed export of another one million bales of cotton in 2010-2011 crop marketing season that started in October (1 bale=170 kg).
UK: Egyptian Cotton Comforter Set for a Smooth Sleep
[Jun 06, 2011] From the need of those people, owners of the Luxury Egyptian Cotton drag to reality their idea of addressing such issue. They made use of the resources available to offer nothing but the best to their clients.
INDIA: Cotton prices move south, apparel not affected
[Jun 02, 2011] Rising cotton prices have been a major bug bear for the textiles and garments industry in India. However, in the last two months, prices have gone down by almost 30 per cent. It came down from Rs 64,000 a candy to Rs 45,000 in May 2011.
INDIA: Cotton exports have created artificial shortage
[Jun 02, 2011] The export of 5.5 million bales of cotton from India during the early part of this cotton year has created an artificial cotton shortage in India, said Mr. Shishir Jaipuria, Chairman of the Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI).
INDIA: Policy Initiatives of Textile Ministry Bring Price Stability
[May 30, 2011] There have been newspaper reports on the Textile Mills stopping production for one day on 23.05.2011 to protest the withdrawal of incentives and curbs on cotton yarn exports. Of the 3300 registered textile mills, 1998 mills were reported to have participated in the closure.
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