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Indian Textiles Minister inaugurates Tex-Trends 2014
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Jan '14
Indian Textiles Minister K Sambasiva Rao inaugurated ‘Tex-Trends India 2014’, one of Asia’s biggest textile shows currently ongoing at the Pragati Maidan, in the capital city of Delhi.
 
The three-day event organized by the Indian Ministry of Textiles, Ministry of Commerce and Industry and the Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC), is a unique fair  that brings together the best in Indian garments and accessories, fabrics, home furnishings and made-ups, Indian handicrafts, jute and carpets—all under one roof.
 
At the inauguration, AEPC chairman Virender Uppal said the idea of holding Tex-Trends is to showcase the strength of the Indian textile industry, and its entire value-chain from fibre to fashion.
 
Over 1,000 exhibitors are displaying diverse range of products in textiles and apparel to several international buyers and domestic buying agents during the event scheduled to run till January 22.
 
The three-day textile mega show provides an opportunity for the entire textile industry of the country to project all its sub-sectors, under the same roof, and also give a chance to textile and apparel sector entrepreneurs to establish business contacts with international buyers.
 
Exhibitors at the event are showcasing products such as womenswear, menswear, kidswear, casualwear, high fashionwear, ocassionwear, sportswear, specialty garments, knitwear, home furnishings, made-ups, bed linen, synthetic and rayon fabrics, cotton fabrics, yarns, textile-based handicrafts, handmade silk, silk sarees, carpets, handlooms and more.
 

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