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    July 1-15, 2019

    July 2019| 1-15| 56 Pages

    Of late China’s apparel trade has gone down, creating opportunities for other countries in the region to get into business. As per the World Trade Statistical Review 2018 by the World Trade Organization, China’s market shares in global apparel exports fell from its peak – 38.8 per cent in 2014 to a record low of 34.9 per cent in 2017. But India, though could not grab the share of China’s business, has been gaining by taking away business from Indonesia, and will soon surpass this country in its apparel export to USA. Our interesting analyses insights deeply.

    India’s small towns have become the new go-to destinations for the retail sector, given the increasing propensity of customers who are getting richer and more willing to shop in the modern retail formats. Sensing this big opportunity, Raymond has introduced the mini store format, Mini TRS (The Raymond Shop), especially for these markets. Mohit Dhanjal, Director – Retail, Raymond, reveals the success formula behind the success of Mini TRS in a short span of time.

    The Government has reduced the rate of contribution under the Employees’ State Insurance Act (ESI Act) to 4 per cent from 6.5 per cent, giving big relief to the industry. Taking note that Indian textile industry employs about 40 million people, the industry will be annually saving around Rs. 2,160 crore.


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