Indian textile sector 65 $Bn exports target doable: CII & AtKearney report

Indian textile sector 65 $Bn exports target doable: CII &  AtKearney report

25th OCTOBER 2021, Mumbai:

At the inauguration of TEXCON: The 13th edition of the International Conference on Textiles & Apparel organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry last week, "A special CII-Kearney report was also released".

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The report is a comprehensive view of the entire textile value chain outlining the trade imperatives for both the key actors i.e. government and industry to put the sector in a fast lane.

Shri Upendra Prasad Singh, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles alluded that the proactive government efforts to facilitate the creation of an enabling environment for sustainable growth and to get the Textiles and Apparel (T&A) sector its mojo back.


It was unequivocally echoed that “Textile sector per se is capable to meet the local as well as the overseas market demands but still something is missing. Therefore, the need of the day is that we have to glue the different pieces of the jigsaw puzzle.

Mr. Dilip Gaur, Chairman, CII National Committee on Textiles and Apparel & Managing Director, Grasim Industries Limited, Aditya Birla Group opined, achieving path-breaking growth in Indian textiles could simple mean doubling down on all the key metrics.

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