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The Indian Textile Journal

Issue : September 2016

By ASAPP Info Global Services Private Limited

Published on : September 2, 2016

Published Monthly | 18 issues

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​Soaring cotton prices are spinning the spinners’ future out of control. Dipping cotton stock is adding to the woes. At this stage, a sharp drop in cotton prices is only a far cry, reveals an ITJ cover story. The story features opinions from industry bigwigs including Jose Sette of ICAC, Siddhartha Rajagopal of Texprocil, Sanjay Jain of TT Limited, among others. This issue also carries a preview on ITMA Asia, which will be held from October 21-25, 2016 at Shanghai, China. The Spotlight section features an article authored by Avinash Mayekar of Suvin Advisors, wherein he writes on the opportunities available in the Bangladesh textile industry. Read about GST and its impact on the textile industry in our TEXMATTERS section. Subscribe now to read more such stories!​

The Indian Textile Journal (ITJ), rated as India’s leading textile monthly, has been serving the textile and textile-related industry since 1889. The sectors that it covers include Spinning, Weaving, Processing, Dyeing & Finishing, Knitting and Garmenting. It carries authentic articles on various subjects related to these segments from eminent authors from institutions and also from the industry experts. Every month, it carries extensive information on new products & emerging technologies on these segments. Technology and Trade Information is the very backbone of The Indian Textile Journal. Apart from a substantial subscriber base, the magazine rightly can boast of a huge complement of readership cutting across the various segments of the textile industry. It is also subscribed by the textile industries from some neighbouring countries including Bangladesh and Pakistan.

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