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5% fall in India’s textile exports
India's textile export declined in 2016 for a consecutive year, due to weak global demand and the country's competitiveness getting blunt
Denim to go green at ShanghaiTex 2017
With the new denim machinery theme zone at ShanghaiTex 2017 (to be held in Shanghai, China from November 27 to 30, 2017), a series of professional seminars will be concurrently held.
Kapangan to revive silk industry
Kapangan started engaging in silk in the 1970s, rekindled in 2005 which eventually became the town’s one town, one product and has the widest mulberry production area of 15.75 hectare is hoping to revive the silk industry in the municipality.
India aims to increase silk production
India is expected to be self-sufficient in silk production by 2020 with an annual growth rate of 19 per cent, and the aim is to produce around 34,000 metric tonne (MT).
Cotton production receives boost
India's cotton yield has received a boost as 6.6 lakh bales (each weighing 140 kg) of cotton have been procured so far surpassing last year’s production figures of 6.5 lakh bales.
Kenya’s steps to boost textiles
Kenya is stitching together a policy to boost textile production and measures include allowing textile firms in export promotion zones to sell up to 20 per cent of their produce locally without paying duties.
Global yarn & fabric output up in Q3/2016
The global yarn production increased in Q3/2016 quarter-on-quarter. Thereby, output in Asia and South America rose. In Europe and the USA the yarn production fell. On an annual basis, the global yarn production in Q3/2016 increased versus Q3/2015. Global yarn stocks climbed in Q3/2016 quarter-on-quarter. Yarn stocks were reduced in South America.
Xerox-EFI’s strategic tie-up
Xerox Corporation and Electronics For Imaging (EFI) have announced a strategic partnership to bring to market a next generation digital front end (DFE) to drive Xerox digital production presses.
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