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Rapid progress expected for textile industry in Middle East
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Jun '08
According to recent reports, the textile industry in the MENA (Middle East & North Africa) region is expected to grow by 8% annually and reach US$ 65 billion by 2010. Textile manufacturers and traders have expressed strong optimism towards continued growth of the regional textile industry and the exceptional opportunities it offers.

In recent years, Dubai has enjoyed steady growth in textile imports and re-exports. Dubai's textile imports from industry giants from all over the world whereas its re-export destinations include more than 50 countries in Africa, the Middle East, South Asia and Europe. Dubai Textile City, which is expected to start its operations this year is a US$ 82 million set up and aims to further revolutionize the textile trade in the UAE and make Dubai a textile hub of the region.

Motexha is the Middle East's largest Garments, Textiles, Leather and Fashion Accessories Exhibition and the only available platform for pronouncing your brand's presence in the Middle East's rapidly growing clothing and fashion markets.

Motexha has served as a sourcing platform for the Middle Eastern markets for 31 years and the recently concluded 2008 edition of the event once again brought together region's leading buyers, brand franchisers, traders, wholesalers, retailers and re-exporters.

The next edition of Motexha is going to be held from 7 ~ 9 April 2009 and the booking of exhibit spaces has already begun.

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