Cotton and Products Update

In the Covid-19 pandemic year, the cotton value-chain, like others, has faced unprecedented disruptions. The industry was expected to have a decrease in the production and consumption owing to the Covid restrictions. Yet the cotton textiles supply chain in India has shown resilience, as the cotton consumption in the country during 2021-2022 is expected to reach around 26 million bales which is at par with pre-Covid consumption levels.

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SEZ / EFZ / FTZs Investment Benefits Turkey

Turkey, which enacted its Free Zone Law in 1985, operates 18 active free zones and has one more under development. Located on the coast or within easy access to ports, the zones are designed to promote classic export-oriented manufacturing investment.

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Publishing Opportunities with The Textile Institute

The aim of the series is to support textile professionals in their work and to help emerging professionals* by providing the information needed to gain a sound understanding of key and emerging topics relating to a range of textile related subjects.

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Textile Supply Gap in Africa

Africa is staring at significantly large supply gap if textile capability is not built-up now. 
The rising population and per capita consumption means either Africa should invest on developing a continental eco-system now or must resign to dominance from the Asian behemoths for decades to come.

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