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UZBEKISTAN AND INDIA SIGNED A MEMORANDUM ON COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF TEXTILE

The Ministry of Textiles of India signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the Uzbekistan and supported by the Indian Council for manufacturers of silk products. The document was signed in the second session of the Uzbek-Indian Joint Working Group on Cooperation in the textile industry, which was supported by the diplomatic mission in Uzbekistan. At the meeting, they discussed issues of expansion of cooperation in trade and investment in the textile sector. Participants stressed that Uzbekistan has created favorable conditions … Continue reading

OPERTIONAL STOPOVER OF MINISTER OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE IN INDIA

The program of visit: September 29 Bilateral meeting between Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation VB Khristenko with the secretary (deputy head) of the Ministry Chemistry and chemical fertilizers in India M. Joshi (Ministry of Chemical Industry of India and fertilizers). Round Table. To discuss topical issues of cooperation in the pharmaceutical industry with the participation of heads of a dozen Indian and Russian companies. Bilateral meeting in narrow format VB Khristenko Minister of Trade and Industry … Continue reading

INDIAN PRODUCERS OF COTTON PRODUCTS SNUB TO WIN ORDERS

Because of the high cost of cotton textile industry over Indian manufacturers, which is very distressed overseas customers. The Indian textile industry, the export of products which is 20 billion dollars a year, refuses to take orders for the manufacture of cotton products. Overseas customers enjoy a wide spectrum of services to the Indian textile industry, where the main raw material is cotton. But now the Indian producers of cotton production refuse to take orders at fixed prices from foreign … Continue reading

INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY GRAPPLE PUFF WITH RUSSIAN TEXTILE TRADE AGREEMENT

Cooperation between clothing manufacturers of the two countries continues to strengthen. India and Russia signed an agreement on joint efforts to increase investment and trade volumes in the textile industry in both countries. In signing the document included representatives of the Russian Union of Entrepreneurs of Textile and Light Industry Council and apparel exports of India (AEPC). A cooperation agreement provides, inter alia, exchange of technology and know-how in textile production. For this purpose, a special Commission on Affairs textile … Continue reading

DARK CLOUDS PREVAILIING ON THE INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY

In early February, in India, became known to the preliminary data on exports for January 2009. They made a bombshell. Although at the beginning of the year is traditionally reduced the volume of foreign sales, no one expected that exports will fall by 22% – nearly a quarter! Among the export sectors of Indian economy, which fall in demand in foreign markets face the most serious consequences – and light industry. Available for export about 60% of the total industry … Continue reading

A KINGDOM IN THE MIDST OF A MONEYED TEXTILE HISTORY INDIA

We, like the textile, India are interested, of course, their textiles. This country is rich in textile history – to recall the well-known Silk Road, or traditional Indian Jute (now, incidentally, are widely used in many tissues in a mixture with linen or cotton). India – a big country with many different geographical and climatic zones, a vast territory. Thirty-two states inhabited by people with different traditions, knowledge gained from hundreds of years. Different methods of weaving and cloth manufacture, … Continue reading

THE LEGITIMATE CONFORMITY SANDWICHED BETWEEN EUROPEAN UNION AND INDIA

The basis of economic relations between the EU and India are the following contracts and agreements: • Agreement on Partnership and Development 1994 (Cooperation Agreement Between the European Union and the Republic of India on Partnership and Development) introducing MFN. Simultaneously with the above agreement, signed a Joint Political Statement, which is the institutional basis for political dialogue the EU-India. • Agreement Between the European Economic Community and the Republic of India on sugar cane in 1975 defining the import … Continue reading

FASHION TREND IN THE NEW WORLD

If you are a fashion trendsetter, then a career as a fashion designer can be the perfect solution for you. Careers in fashion design can include design and fashion merchandising so it is more than one way of entry in this industry. A career in fashion design or marketing requires at least an associates or bachelor’s degree. With some experience, you can make well over $ 60,000 year to do something you love. The duties of a fashion designer The … Continue reading

TENDENCY OF INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY

The Indian Textile Industry is ass old as The Global Textile Industry. In fact, the first known cotton cultivation seems to be followed by British India. Mumbai Bombay gold was emperor know today is synonymous with The Textile Industry in India and also has the nickname “Manchester of the East.” nevertheless, more and more textile industry has-been pushing the other states of India particularly Gujarat (see the video about Indian Industrial City Gujarat) and Madras which are becoming more and … Continue reading