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Handloom & handicraft industry eyes new markets for exports

Textiles Ministry signs MoUs with 20 e-commerce companies to help weavers & artisans market their products directly

BS B2B Bureau  |  New Delhi 

The Textiles Ministry is looking to concentrate on new markets and opportunities for local handloom and handicraft sector as many global companies are willing to tie-up with Indian weavers and artisans. “There is a huge scope for promoting Indian handloom and handicraft products in the niche markets world over,” said Rashmi Verma, Textiles Secretary, at an Assocham event held in New Delhi on Friday.  While most of the sectors registered a decline in exports of Indian products to global markets, export of handicrafts continued to grow at the rate of 17 per cent. ...

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First Published: Mon, November 28 2016. 10:30 IST
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Handloom & handicraft industry eyes new markets for exports

Textiles Ministry signs MoUs with 20 e-commerce companies to help weavers & artisans market their products directly

The Textiles Ministry is looking to concentrate on new markets and opportunities for local handloom and handicraft sector as many global companies are willing to tie-up with Indian weavers and artisans. “There is a huge scope for promoting Indian handloom and handicraft products in the niche markets world over,” said Rashmi Verma, Textiles Secretary, at an Assocham event held in New Delhi on Friday.  While most of the sectors registered a decline in exports of Indian products to global markets, export of handicrafts continued to grow at the rate of 17 per cent. ...

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