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Textile industry in lap of globalisation
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Oct '08
Since 50s, the economies world over have developed ever-closer links, in trade, investment and production. Termed as globalisation, this process is not new, but its pace and scope has definitely proliferated in recent years encompassing more industries and more countries. Textile industry is no exception in this.

The changes have been driven by liberalization of trade and finance as well as changes in corporate strategies and affairs etc. Affected by globalisation, textile industry of some countries are benefited the most and some less. To get apprised with more about current scenario of global textile industry in the lap of globalization; the emerging countries in this sector; and key strategies to success in business of trade fairs in select industry, please read an exclusive interview of Mr Phillipe Pasquet, CEO of Premiere Vision- the leading organizer company for textile trade shows in fibres, fabrics and fashion, with our Face2Face team.

Premiere Vision is a leading global organiser of textile and fashion shows and the Première Vision SA group manages directly Première Vision, Expofil, Indigo and ModAmont in partnership with Tarsus and altogether 18 events throughout the world with around 3,100 exhibitors and visited by more than 120,000 professional visitors.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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