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Indian grocery stores, traders want level-playing field.

Representatives of the associations of grocery stores, traders and small retailers recently discussed with minister of commerce and industry Piyush Goyal in New Delhi...

Bill to allow trusts set up SEZ units in Lok Sabha.

The Union Cabinet had in February approved the introduction of the Special Economic Zones (Amendment) Bill, 2019 to replace an ordinance promulgated by the...

Tata Group to build cheaper fashion brand to compete with Zara.

Tata Group has been Inditex SA’s partner operating Zara stores in India for nearly a decade. The country’s largest conglomerate is now building its...

Is ASEAN to blame? Two Kerala-based private textile mills on the verge of shutdown.

India and the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) signed an FTA in 2009, which was implemented in 2010. As a part of the agreement, the then Indian...

Pro-GM seed movement spreads to 11 districts in Maharashtra, bail of Buldhana farmer rejected.

Two weeks after it started in Maharashtra's Akola district, the 'pro-GM seed' movement, also termed as a 'civil disobedience' movement by activists, has now...

The future of quality management: preventive action

USTER launches five value modules for the Quality Management Platform at ITMA Uster, Switzerland, 25th June 2019: Visitors to ITMA 2019 will see the present...

National Jute Board Aims Promoting At International Market

B Swaminathan National Jute Board, the agency for framing and implementing policies and programmes that promote and facilitate the growth of Jute Sector, domestically and...

Lenzing to invest €100 million to reduce carbon emissions.

To become first carbon neutral fibre producer in the world, Lenzing Group has set targets to drastically reduce its CO2 footprint. Lenzing will invest...

Indian Textile industry is a complex entity

In no country in the world the textile industry spans so deep and varietal be across fibres or across value chain of the industry...

UK’s Lloyds bank freezes 8,000 offshore accounts.

Britain’s Lloyds Banking Group has frozen 8,000 customer accounts under a wider crackdown on money-laundering. Lloyds froze the accounts after failing to obtain details...

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