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China to join hands for collaborating in textile sector
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During a recent meet of the Ministry of Industry with Wang Tiankai, Deputy Chairman of the China Textile Industry Association, building collaborations in the textile sector, along with the immediate probabilities of this collaboration, fetching positive outcomes for both the countries were discussed.

Both the parties, analysed the prospects for joint ventures in the field of spinning and textiles for several companies, in conjunction with the technical assistance offered by China.

Rashad al-Asseh, Assistant Minister of the Industry, while emphasizing on the significance of developing co-operation, between both the countries and spreading out the same, said that, it is essential to impart training to the Syrian cadres, on the ways of operating China-made machines that are brought in to the country, by the Textile Establishment companies.

Jamal al-Omar, Director-General of the General Organization for Textile Industry (GOTI) asserted that, although his organisation is all set to comply with the pre-requisites for exporting cotton fabrics to China, the same will take place only after they analyse the prices.

Tiankai, in his opinion, showed his keenness to carry on the co-operation amongst both parties while also mentioning his willingness to welcome the Syrians to impart them training on machines available in-hand in these projects in China.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk - India

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