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PRC conference to explore textile industry transformation

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Sep '18
PRC conference to explore textile industry transformation
Shaoxing city in China's Zhejiang province will host the first World Textile Merchandising Conference (2018 WTMC) during September 20-21 to explore new patterns of globalisation and transformation of the textile industry. Firms, fashion institutions, industry associations and design institutes from more than 20 countries will participate in the event.

The conference will discuss the status quo and future of the world's textile industry and promote the cooperation in the textile industry chain under the Chinese Government’s ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative, according to a press release from China Economic Information Service, which is affiliated to a state-run news agency.

China's textile industry has to strengthen international cooperation; actively promote cross-border flows of resources such as products, production capacity, technology, capital, and talents; strengthen product innovation; and advance industrial intelligence and service transformation, according to Sun Ruizhe, president of the China National Textile and Apparel Council (CNTAC).

Shaoxing in Keqiao district has a full textile industry chain, including raw materials, textile machinery, fabrics, home textiles, garments and a large textile distribution centre called China Textile City.

There are around 500 enterprises in Keqiao with investments in 65 countries and regions. (DS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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