The article says Indian apparel makers are more focused on the domestic market.
For a long time, Indian garment manufacturers have predominantly placed their attention on the domestic market, as most of the country's MSME suppliers have not acquired the sophistication and supply chain management capability to produce export-grade garments. Further, they are situated close to the small-scale weaving entities scattered over various Indian states, which makes it easier and more expedient to target local rather than export markets.
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