• Donear Summer Internship
    understand the Cotton trouser, shirting & Jacketing fabric buying behavior pattern of wholesalers, retailers and consumers in OTC business. 2.1.2 Background to the Research Problem The textile industry in India occupies a unique position in our economy contributing to nearly a third of the country's...
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  • Doing International Business in Textile Industry
    manufacturing and exports. It also plays a major role in the economy of the country. It not only generates jobs in its own industry, but also opens up scopes for the other ancillary sectors. India textile industry currently generates employment to more than 35 million people. The Textile Industry is estimated...
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  • Project on Jct
    due to falling reason.I am very keen to build my career in marketing stream with textile industry. Very few research has been done on Consumer Buying Behaviour Regarding Branded Fabric with speciacaL Reference to Jct Wardrobe. Personally I feel that there are some looples in previous research...
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  • Report
    ranks top in goatskin and third in cotton after China and United States. The fabric industry in India accounts for about 20% of total exports of the country and represent the largest net foreign exchange earner. SIZE OF THE TEXTILE INDUSTRIES The textile industry in India covers a wide gamut of...
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  • Q&a: Competitive Advantage
    Europe. The threat of new entrants is likely to be lower for book publishing than textiles. Bargaining power of suppliers and buyers: it is difficult to distinguish between two industries on these bases. Suppliers of basic textile commodities (such as wool and cotton) are unlikely to have a great...
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  • Administered Prices and Open Market Prices
    SCOPE FOR EXPLOITATION OF CONSUMERS THROUGH SPECULATIONS:A DYNAMIC-PROGRAMMING APPROACH TO THE CASE OF THE INDIAN SUGAR INDUSTRY The Journal of the Operational Research Society. Abstract The Government of India (G.O.I.) controls the quantity of sugar released into the domestic market on a monthly...
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  • Garment Sr Training
    textile science is essential to provide a comprehensive insight into the basic knowledge about fibers, yarns and relevant properties affecting the ultimate performance and use of fabrics by the consumer, hence the subject is included in the curriculum DETAILED CONTENTS THEORY 1. Introduction to textile...
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  • Chinese Market for Clothing
    3000 400 200 0 2000 1000 0 Source: National Bureau of Statistics China. China is the biggest consumer of cotton, especially in recent years, because of the rapid development of China’s textile industry. SC-11-212.E 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992...
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  • Analysing and Evaluating Fast Retailing to Enter to Indonesia Market
    ://www.nielsen.com/us/en/newswire/2011/winning-the-hearts-of-indonesian-consumers.html [Accessed date: 27 February 2013] Estu, G., International Trade Centre, 2011. Cotton Guide. Available from: http://www.cottonguide.org/cotton-guide/market-profiles-the-indonesian-textile-industry-a-macro-view...
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  • Project of Consumer Perception on Branded Shirts
    exports would be from textiles.  Over 12 million new jobs would be created- 5 million jobs through direct employment in textile industry and another 7 million jobs in allied sectors. 7 CONSUMER PERCEPTION AND BRAND PREFERENCE FOR PREMIUM BRANDED SHIRTS. India has all the key ingredients...
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  • Pakistan: Environmental Impact
    ), it is not clear whether there is a governance structure to influence inputs and outputs. The processing stage covers activities involved in the transformation of cotton lint into cloth or garments for consumer use.9 Textiles are a labor-intensive industry at the production stage, and employ...
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  • Hehe
    of eco-friendly processing. Scope of eco-friendly textile processing. Eco standards, eco standards of U.S.A., Organic cotton. (5) ECO-LABELS:  Eco labelling and eco trade marks-List of toxic substances used in textile...
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  • Market Research on Accessories in India
    adjustment assistance to reduce labor surplus. The Government has formulated ‘Handloom Reservation Order’ to revamp the sector. The Order specifies that 11 textile products must be manufactured by the handloom industry. The Cotton Corporation India (CCI) constantly monitors the price movement of...
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  • Education
    controlled statutorily are sugar, kerosene, coal and coke (higher varieties). woollen yarn and articles, worsted weaving and hand knitting yarn, iron and steel (flat products), cotton, fertilisers, cotton yarn and textiles (coarse and fine varieties) cement, ethyl alcohol and molasses. The remaining...
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  • Marketing Report of Gul Ahmed Textile Mill
    strategies strongly. Product Strategy Gul Ahmed has large product range for consumer markets service and among those products it has a fine textile products represent a unique fusion of the century old traditions of the east and the latest textile technology of the west. The purest of cotton...
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  • Sports Industry in India
    Opportunities in India’s Domestic Fashion Market The Indian textile and apparel industry has witnessed tremendous growth in the last 2 decades and its market size today stands at US$ 67 billion. India has positioned itself as a manufacturing destination with cheap labour, cotton-based raw material and easy...
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  • Weaving an Industry for India: Fashion Lessons from Europe
    traditional designs and the textile industry which is at least 200 years old. In fact, it was the opulence of the country in the cotton resources that bought the English as traders. The Indian textile has scaled great heights and innovations, especially in the past 20 years. Prior to independence, the...
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  • Position Analysis of Pringle of Scotland
    the price of cotton (independent.co.uk) and other ‘luxury’ materials has the potential to impact sales if PoS were forced into spreading the cost of this through their products and onto their customers to a level which was deemed unacceptable by its consumers. A report by Mintel,2011 indicates that...
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  • Prospecting Us Fashion Wear Brand Market for Arvind Knitted Fabric
    industry is constituted of the following segments: 1. The Man-Made Fiber / Yarn and Powerloom Sector 2. The Cotton Sector 3. The Handloom Sector 4. The Woollen Sector 5. The Jute Sector 6. The Sericulture and Silk Sector Textile Industry contributes around 4% of GDP, 9% of excise collections, 18% of...
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  • High Technology Fibers
    textile fibre is usually defined as a flexible, macroscopically homogenous cylindrical body mainly with circular cross- section having a high ratio of length to diameter (typically 100-3000: 1). Textile fibres are derived both from natural and synthetic origins. Natural fibres such as cotton, wool...
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