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242022-01

Pakistan’s textile & apparel exports rise 26.05% in July-Dec ’21

The value of textile and garment exports from Pakistan increased by 26.05 per cent year-on-year in dollar terms in the first six months of fiscal 2021-22. During the period, Pakistan earned $9.381 billion from textile and apparel exports, compared to exports of $7.442 billion in July-December 2020, according to data…

172022-01

US textile & apparel exports up 17.38% in Jan-Nov 2021

The exports of textile and apparel from United States were up by 17.38 per cent year-on-year in the first eleven months of last year. The value of exports stood at $20.725 billion during January-November 2021 compared to $17.656 billion in the same period of 2020, according to data from the…

102022-01

Positive indicators light up footwear trade to US

Vietnam is emerging as one of the largest suppliers of footwear and leather accessories to the United States, opening more opportunities for domestic companies to exploit the world’s largest market for these goods. Golden Victory Vietnam Co., Ltd., a foreign-invested enterprise with a factory in the northern province of Nam…

042022-01

Siri on your shirt? Futuristic fabric makes way for clothes that work like smartphones

A futuristic green fabric that works like a smartphone — with the ability turn clothing into touch screens — has been developed by Chinese scientists. The high-tech fabric is powered by solar energy and combines conductive and luminescent fibers with cotton. It is set to revolutionize communications, navigation, and healthcare.…

282021-12

Govt-Aptma agree to restore textile sector’s gas supply

LAHORE: Textile millers are in advanced talks with the government to secure gas supplies for the industry before end of the current calendar year, it is learnt on Monday. A senior official of ministry of Energy told The News that government engaged industry representatives of Sindh and Punjab based textile…

202021-12

Non-textile exports jump 25pc in July-November

Pakistan’s non-textile exports grew 24.59 per cent year-on-year to $4.61 billion in the first five months of the current fiscal year owing to the partial revival of international orders and the government support schemes. Overall growth in the non-textile sector is mainly led by the value-added sectors. The non-textile sectors…

072021-12

Bangladeshi garments attract safeguard duty in Indonesia

With effect from November 12, 2021, the southeast Asian nation of Indonesia has imposed a safeguard duty for a period of three years, on almost all clothing items entering the country from several nations, including Bangladesh. However, the duty will decrease every year, according to a notification by the Indonesian…

012021-12

Dutch firm Stahl achieves ZDHC certification for over 400 more items

Stahl, an active proponent of responsible chemistry, has announced that it has achieved ZDHC Gateway certification for 400 more of its products, bringing the total number of Level-3 certified products to 1800. This achievement has underlined the company’s commitment to the ZDHC mission of implementing chemical management best practice across…

262021-11

Uzbekistan’s multi-coloured textile revolution

Uzbekistan has been weaving beautiful luxury textiles for millenia, but following a root and branch reform a few years ago the textile production and export business has been transformed   Uzbekistan has a very long history of making luxury textiles and today the country is trying to revive them. The…

202021-10

Industrial units in Vietnam’s HCM City hit by labour shortage

Several Vietnamese industries, especially labour-intensive ones like textile, garments and leather, are likely to face a labour shortage when they resume operations after the pandemic gets over. A survey covering 300 companies in early September found that only about 40 per cent of their workers wanted to return to work…

252021-05

Pakistan’s exports of textile and clothing increased

Pakistan’s exports of textile and clothing rebounded in April mainly due to value-added sectors and posted a robust growth of 231.17 per cent from a year ago, data compiled by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) showed. The export value of these sectors edged up to $1.337 billion in April…

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