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    October 16-31, 2018

    October 2018| 16-31| 60 Pages

    The textile and apparel industry is a frontrunner for employment generation, and in India it has been acknowledged as the second largest job creator, after agriculture. Even though Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself is aware that the textile industry holds the key for employment generation, yet the sector remains dissuaded and has not emerged as a core industry for investment. Team Apparel Online explores the same…

    ‘Human Rights’ seem to be on priority for PVH Corp, which recently released its 10th Annual Corporate Responsibility (CR) Report.

    The issue also gives an in-depth coverage to textile fair – the 7th edition of Tex-India, Tirupur which witnessed good visitation from the apparel industry. Interestingly, as Team AO observed, many players believed that the ongoing tussle with US and China can bring little more business to India.


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