Goyal urged textile machinery manufacturers to get out of the command-and-control mindset and work through ‘plug-and-play’ to make the textile sector vibrant in name and sprit, according to an official release.
India is not averse to imports, but it must reduce import dependence on textile machinery through concerted efforts, he said
The Heavy Industries Capital Goods Scheme is a pilot scheme designed to support the industry to modernise technologies, he added.
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