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Gohar Textile : “Strongly committed to mutually beneficial relationships”

Gohar Textile : “Strongly committed to mutually beneficial relationships”

🕔20:50, 14.Jan 2019

Gohar’s main asset is its valuable customers and dedicated employees and our customer retention is 100%, says Mustafa Gauhar, Director, Gohar Group The only way to build a long lasting business relationship is to ensure that both parties get benefits

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Online apparel sales grew 18.4% in 2017

Online apparel sales grew 18.4% in 2017

🕔20:44, 14.Jan 2019

Online apparel sales in 2017 grew at a fast in the US, but not at a blazing pace —making the category, well, average. Cumulative sales for the apparel retailers in the Internet Retailer 2018 Top 1000 were up 18.4 per

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Shoppers are judging retailers by their returns process

Shoppers are judging retailers by their returns process

🕔20:41, 14.Jan 2019

The rise of returns is clearly a product of the increase in e-commerce sales, which is outpacing overall growth; U.S. e-commerce sales growth made up 46 per cent of 2017’s total retail sales growth, an increase of 15 percentage points

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Quantzig’s analytics solutions helps an online apparel store

Quantzig’s analytics solutions helps an online apparel store

🕔20:34, 14.Jan 2019

A leading web and social media analytics solutions provider, Quantzig, announced the completion of their latest engagement on identifying crucial website performance metrics for an online apparel store. The client is a leading online apparel store located in the United

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India should consider 100% FDI in multi-brand retail: CII

India should consider 100% FDI in multi-brand retail: CII

🕔20:32, 14.Jan 2019

The Indian Government should consider permitting 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail trade and further improve ease of doing business for the sector to promote growth in the segment, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) said

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Suresh Prabhu felicitates winners of InnoTex 2018

Suresh Prabhu felicitates winners of InnoTex 2018

🕔20:23, 14.Jan 2019

The winners of InnoTex 2018, a competition on innovative ideas/concept devised for best design, method, process, product and cost reduction in any area from ‘ginning to garment’, have been felicitated by the Union minister Suresh Prabhu. A total of ten

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New duty drawback rates to boost cotton textiles exports

New duty drawback rates to boost cotton textiles exports

🕔20:19, 14.Jan 2019

Welcoming the new duty drawback rates, the Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council (TEXPROCIL) said the revision will boost the exports of cotton textiles. The government of India has increased the duty for cotton yarn from 1.2 per cent to 1.7

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KV Srinivasan elected chairman of TEXPROCIL

KV Srinivasan elected chairman of TEXPROCIL

🕔20:16, 14.Jan 2019

Dr KV Srinivasan, managing director of Sree Narasimha Textiles, Premier Mills and Premier Fine Linens Pvt Ltd, was elected as chairman of The Cotton Textile Export Promotion Council (TEXPROCIL) for the years 2018–2020. Srinivasan is also trustee of Kasthuri Sreenivasan

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MEA stepped up efforts to address trade related issues: Smriti Irani

MEA stepped up efforts to address trade related issues: Smriti Irani

🕔20:14, 14.Jan 2019

Textiles Minister Smriti Irani said the External Affairs Ministry has stepped up efforts to help the domestic industry facing trade-related challenges, including non-compliance of treaties by certain countries. While addressing a CII conference here, the minister said the domestic market

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Decrease in duty drawback rates on garments might impact exports negatively: SIMA

Decrease in duty drawback rates on garments might impact exports negatively: SIMA

🕔20:10, 14.Jan 2019

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has increased duty increased from 1.2 per cent to 1.7 per cent for cotton yarn, from 1.3 per cent to 1.6 per cent for cotton fabric and from 2 per cent to 2.6 per

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