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22-May-2019  Mandalay to build textile industry park    
A textile industry park will be established in Mandalay city, U Zaw Myint Maung, chief minister of Mandalay Region, said on Tuesday. Read More  

22-May-2019  Cotton prices firm on moderate trade    
Prices maintained firm trend on the cotton market on Tuesday in the process of moderate trading, dealers said. The official spot rate was unchanged at Rs 8600, they added. Read More  

22-May-2019  Cotton futures down on favourable Texas planting, demand woes    
Cotton prices settled lower on Tuesday as planting kept pace in South and West Texas, the largest cotton-producing state, while concerns of demand meeting abundant production in the United States kept investors at bay. Read More  

21-May-2019  Textile exports remain flat at $11.1 billion in July-April despite stimulus    
Textile exports remained flat at $11.1 billion in the first 10 months of the current fiscal year of 2018/19 over the corresponding period a year earlier, but value-added sector showed some improvement during the period owing to the government’s measures, including rupee devaluation, to boost outbou Read More  

21-May-2019  Delay in cotton sowing may hit dept’s target    
Though the Agriculture Department last month revised its target area for cotton cultivation at 4 lakh hectares, experts say it is unlikely to achieve the same, particularly in view of the fact that the cotton sowing has already got late due to delay in harvesting of wheat in the state. Read More  

21-May-2019  Bulgaria to import rice, cotton    
Bulgarian Minister for Economy Liliya Ivanove on Monday expressed her country’s keen desire to import rice and cotton from Pakistan. Read More  

21-May-2019  Slow trading on cotton market    
Cotton trading on Monday remained extremely slow due to continuous currency fluctuation. The Karachi Cotton Association kept its spot rate unchanged at Rs8,600. Read More  

21-May-2019  WTO warns trade weakness to continue in Q2 as global indicator remains at 9-year low    
The latest quarterly indicator from the WTO showed that global goods trade growth was likely to remain weak, with a reading of 96.3, unchanged from February, the lowest in nine years. Read More  

21-May-2019  Singapore''s economy slows to decade low as trade war bites    
Singapore''s annual economic growth slipped to the lowest in nearly a decade in the first quarter as manufacturing contracted in the wake of a protracted US-China trade war, prompting a downgrade to the Southeast Asian country''s full-year growth forecast. Read More  

21-May-2019  The national focus needs to be on the economy now    
More than 50 different exit polls in Australia were proved wrong in the surprise victory of the coalition led by the Conservatives. This is in a country whose population is barely 2% of India’s. Three years ago, the outcome of the Brexit poll in Britain also shocked most of the forecasters. Read More  

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