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12-Oct-2019  Indonesia to tighten textile import rules following influx of goods: official    
Indonesia’s Trade Ministry will tighten restrictions on textile imports in an effort to protect local industries, an official told reporters on Friday. Read More  

12-Oct-2019  Steps to bail out troubled textile sector needed    
The textile sector is facing a grave threat due to reduction in cotton production which should be noticed by the government, a business leader said Friday. Read More  

12-Oct-2019  Alchemie Presents Endeavour at the Textile Exchange Sustainability Conference 2019 (Vancouver)    
Alchemie is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the upcoming Textile Exchange Sustainability Conference 2019 (15th – 18th October) where we will be presenting and showcasing the latest data from our breakthrough Endeavour Waterless Smart Dyeing process. Read More  

12-Oct-2019  CCI starts buying cotton from Punjab, Rajasthan    
The Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) has commenced procurement of cotton in Punjab and Rajasthan since prices of the crop have come under pressure in these states. Read More  

12-Oct-2019  U.S. regulators allow genetically modified cotton as human food source    
U.S. regulators on Friday gave the green light for genetically modified cotton to be used for human consumption, paving the way for a protein-packed new food source - edible cottonseed that tastes a bit like chickpeas - that its developers said could help tackle global malnutrition. Read More  

12-Oct-2019  Cotton loses sheen as prices plunge    
This year, cotton has lost its ‘white gold’ tag as the prices have fallen by Rs 500 to Rs 1000 per quintal across the Malwa region. Read More  

12-Oct-2019  Brisk buying on cotton market    
The cotton market remained steady on Friday amid sustained demand from big and small buyers. Apart from procuring cotton locally, large-sized spinning units are equally focused on imports to meet a huge gap of around five million bales, according to market reports,. Read More  

12-Oct-2019  Plastic-stemmed cotton buds now banned in Scotland    
New laws have come into force in Scotland banning the sale and manufacture of plastic-stemmed cotton buds.The move follows concerns about the number of buds washing up on beaches after being flushed down toilets. Read More  

30-Sep-2019  Branding has become a viable option for textile, garment units    
In the recent years, the textile and garment industry in Coimbatore region is seeing a trend of manufacturing companies launching their product ranges in the domestic market under brands. Read More  

14-Sep-2019  US-China trade war: Stakes high for Washington, higher for Beijing    
In the 1970s, America normalised relations with China, sending ping-pong teams. Today, China and America are playing a brasher version of ping-pong, with a tit-for-tat trade war, reneging on the agreement made in June 2019 where they agreed not to levy tariffs.In early August, US President Donald T Read More