The ministry has highlighted that it is striving to promote production, employment and exports, and is also working on promotion of technical textiles. Moreover, it has said that ‘zero defect, zero effect’ is its mantra.
“Today’s competitive world demands quick-time response in shaping initiatives to address the challenges of growth and converting them into opportunities. To this end, the ministry of textiles has been working relentlessly to ensure a conducive policy environment,” Irani said.
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