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Indian yarns showcased at Cairo Fashion and Tex Exhibition

Press Trust of India  |  Cairo 

Indian companies are showcasing a wide range of Indian and at an exhibition in Egypt, which is a significant market in for Indian exports.

India's to today inaugurated the at the the Fashion and Tex Exhibition in International Convention Centre.

"Twenty-three Indian companies are participating in this exhibition, six of them are repeat companies and the others are coming for the first time, Bhattacharyya told during the inauguration ceremony.

The said that he sees a sense of optimism about the Egyptian market and the demands in the country are growing.

"Of course Indian cotton is very highly recognised in and we would like to see the share grow. But also I think there is also great opportunity for some of the other fabrics that the Indian producers have brought, the said.

The exhibition runs until March 10. The participation of Indian companies is being organised at a demarcated area called located in Fashion and Tex Exhibition by Texprocil, an apex chamber sponsored by Government of India, in association with the in Cairo.

The products on display include a cross section of Indian and including denim.

It is expected that the exhibition will draw a large number of trade visitors for fruitful business discussion with the Indian exhibitors who will be showcasing their best range of products.

Being the world's second largest of synthetic fibre and yarn, cotton, cellulosic fibre and silk, exported around USD 342 million worth of and products to in 2017.

The cotton yarn was the dominant product in the export basket, which was valued at USD 163 million followed by man-made yarn fabrics valued at USD 121 million and cotton fabrics valued at USD 25 million.

have played an important role in the growth of the Indo-Egyptian bilateral trade. The Indian textile industry is modern, vibrant and many manufacturers have set up a state of the to roll out large volume of high quality products to meet the international market demands and expectations.

Egypt is a significant and important market in for Indian exports of yarn and fabrics. The Indian companies are using this exhibition as a platform to meet textiles entrepreneurs and understand the recent development in the Egyptian textile sector.

The entrepreneurs will benefit from a first-hand knowledge of the evolving market conditions and domestic textile industry enabling them to identity areas of mutual cooperation.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

First Published: Thu, March 08 2018. 23:45 IST