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Jashn To Expand Consumer Base

E-commerce is a trending cultural phenomenon and has resulted in the rise of a new segment of society called netizens. Jashn, the ethnic, indo-western and lifestyle fashion brand for women, with a presence in over 40 locations across India, Dubai and Abu Dhabi, now plans to target netizens and make them their loyal customers. The brand will now be present on multiple online shopping sites like Myntra, Jabong and Flipkart in order to…
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Vietnam, Largest Southeast Asian Exporter Of Textile To US

Surpassing Malaysia and Thailand, Vietnam has become the largest exporter to the United States in the Southeast Asian region with a record trade surplus of almost US$25 billion in 2014. According to the US Census Bureau data, trade between the two countries reached US$ billion, of which, Vietnam exported US$ billion worth of goods to the US while it imported goods worth only US$ billion. In 2014, exports were up…
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15 New Fitness Studios By Reebok

Reebok is prepping up to launch 15 new format stores called 'Fitness Studios' in the country by the end of 2016 in its endeavour to re-establish itself as an exclusive fitness promoting brand in India. The company, which is going through an image makeover process since 2012, will not only sell sports products but would also offer yoga, aerobics and different workout classes through the new studios. The Adidas Group-owned…
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Dharavi Retailers To Go Online On Snapdeal

Online marketplace has collaborated with to get local artisans and small and medium business entrepreneurs from Dharavi onboard. The online store has launched a wide range of products manufactured at Dharavi on its site. Through this association, will be able to scale up its business; and the craftsmen/artisans under the DharaviMarket will be able to access a national audience by listing their products on As part of this initiative, Snapdeal…
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Steps To Strengthen Jute Sector By The Textiles Ministry

Textile minister, Santosh Kumar Gangwar, has taken several steps to strengthen the jute sector following review meetings, he held with various stakeholders of the sector. The decisions included utilization of unused assets of closed mills, to generate employment. It has been decided to utilize the unused assets, such as land, of the three closed mills of NJMC (National Jute Manufactures Corporation Limited) for economic activities. The focus is to generate…
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CCI Procures Less Cotton From Gujarat

Gujarat government informed that in the past four months, total 25,59,696 quintal of cotton (approx million bales of 170 kg each) have been procured by Cotton Corporation of India (CCI). This, according to traders, is much less for the largest producer of the fibre crop. In the past four months, the state government had represented three times to the centre seeking intervention to provide remunerative prices to the cotton farmers.…
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