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Indian companies to display textiles in Dubai fair
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Feb '17
In a bid to form strategic alliance with textile importers in the UAE, Indian companies will exhibit their textiles at an exhibition of incredible Indian textiles that will be held in Dubai on February 19-20. About 19 Indian manufacturing and exporting firms representing categories like yarn, fabrics nd made-ups will participate in the fair.

The exhibition is jointly being organised by the Synthetic & Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Council (SRTEPC), an Indian body representing manufacturers and exporters of textiles made of man-made fibres (MMF), and the Embassy of India in Abu Dhabi and Consulate General of India in Dubai.

Participating companies are expected to showcase a wide range of products including apparel, shirtings, suitings, materials, furnishings, made-ups, home textiles and more. The exhibition is being organised to promote Indian textiles and encourage importers from UAE to source textiles from India, according to media reports.

The exhibition also aims to strengthen trade relations between India and the UAE, especially for man-made textiles.

In 2015-16, India exported synthetic and rayon textiles worth $5,790 million to more than 150 countries. The UAE is a leading market for India's MMF textiles as it imported 12 per cent of the total MMF exports. Middle Eastern countries are a leading destination for India's MMF textiles exports, amounting to 29 per cent of the total share ($1,709.65 million). (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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