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In this issue

Jharkhand Inviting Apparel Manufacturers to Set Up Base…
Is the Industry Geared for the Same?
The apparel manufacturing industry in India that has faced a lot of global competition mainly in terms of prices from countries like Vietnam, Bangladesh, China and several others can expect some relief in the ongoing situation if implementation of the policy inked by the State of Jharkhand proves successful. As of now, the policies and subsides being offered to garment manufacturers look very attractive and could well chart a good roadmap for the future of garment exports from India. It would, however, be folly to expect an easy saunter down the garden path as there will be many challenges to be overcome, some of which can be forecast and catered for and others that are as yet imponderables and will pop up out of the blue calling for quick innovative solutions. Only time will show he extent to which the vision and dream of that state government bears fruition. Read More....

Jharkhand: An Upcoming Manufacturing Hub

Jharkhand, one of India’s newest states, was carved out of the southern portion of Bihar in 2000 with the centrally located city of Ranchi as its capital. Taking a proactive stance in attracting large scale investment for manufacturing world class facilities and realising the Prime Minister’s vision of ‘Make in India’ and ‘Zero Defect-Zero Effect’ at each level of the value chain, Jharkhand has introduced Textile, Apparel and Footwear Policy 2016. The Government of Jharkhand understands that the Textiles, Apparel and Footwear industries play an important role in the economic growth of the State. These are recognised labour intensive industries and with this vibrant policy, Jharkhand will be able to provide employment to its people, who otherwise tend to migrate to other places in search of jobs. Introduction of this new policy in Jharkhand will not only augment employment in the State, but also lead to greater skill development and capacity building.

Jharkhand: An Upcoming Manufacturing Hub

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Vijay Mathur, Additional Secy Gen, AEPC Discusses Advantages Of Investing In Jharkhand With Team Perfect Sourcing

The Raghubar Das led Government has made elaborate plans for industrialising Jharkhand, with emphasis on the garment and apparel sector which can see fast growth if these plans are implemented effectively. Vijay Mathur, Additional Secretary General at the Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC), explains why the eastern state could emerge as a major production hub for the garment industry in the future.

Vijay Mathur, Additional Secy Gen, AEPC Discusses Advantages Of Investing In Jharkhand With Team Perfect Sourcing

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The leading publication for the Indian export textile & apparel Industry.The magazine is distributed free of cost at more than 30 national and international B2B fairs and exhibitions related to apparels, home textiles, hard goods, denims, machinery and, accessories. We have a good presence at industry conferences, seminars, symposiums, etc.With a circulation of 27,000 copies every month we offer you the opportunity to be in front of approx. 30,000 potential clients who are either the Chairman, MD’s, CEO’s CFO’s COO’s, Owners, production and merchandising teams in textile, home textile, fabric, testing, apparel, floor coverings, handicraft, rugs and retail market of India, who make decisions on company’s behalf.

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