Indian Textile Industry

Uchikawa, Shuji

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Num Pages: 198 pages. BIC Classification: 1FKA; KC; KND; KNSX. Category: (G) General (US: Trade); (P) Professional & Vocational; (UP) Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly; (UU) Undergraduate. Dimension: 222 x 146 x 17. Weight in Grams: 390. . 1998. 1st Edition. Hardcover. . . . . Bookseller Inventory #

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Book Description Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Size: Demy 8vo, The study aims at clarifying the structual changes in India's textile industry focusing on export of fabrics and garments. The work addresses such issues as, India's export performance in fabrics and ready mmade garments, the effect of quota restrictions on India's exports, imports substitution of textile in India, the composition of the handloom, powerloom and mill sectors, sickness and prosperity in the mill sector, the results of 1985 textile policy, macro-economic policy changes of 1991 with the intention of liberalising and reducing state intervention and the effect of economic reforms on Indian economy in general and textile economy in particular. 197 Yr. of Pub.1998 8173042241. Bookseller Inventory # 51516

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Book Description Manohar, India. Hardbound. Book Condition: New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. India's export performance in textiles.2. Changing conditions of the world market. 3. The progress of import substitution in textiles. 4. Changing structure of the cotton textile industry. 5. The binary structure of the mill sector. 6. The 1985 textile policy and its problems. 7. Economic reforms and the textile industry. 8. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index. "This book attempts to document the structural changes in the Indian textile industry, focusing on the export of textiles and garments. Bookseller Inventory # 1063

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Book Description Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The study aims at clarifying the structural changes in India`s textile industry focusing on export of fabrics and garments.The work addresses such isues as, India`s export perforamnce in fabrics and ready made garments, the effect of quota restrictions on India`s exports, import substiution of textiles in India, the composition of the handloom, powerloom and mill sectors, sickness and prosperity in the mill sector, the results of 1985 textile policy, macro-economic policy changes of 1991 with the intention of liberalising regulations and reducing state intervention and the effect of economic reforms on Indian economy in general and textile economy in particular. Printed Pages: 198. Bookseller Inventory # 44574

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Book Description Manohar, 1998. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. India's export performance in textiles.2. Changing conditions of the world market. 3. The progress of import substitution in textiles. 4. Changing structure of the cotton textile industry. 5. The binary structure of the mill sector. 6. The 1985 textile policy and its problems. 7. Economic reforms and the textile industry. 8. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index. "This book attempts to document the structural changes in the Indian textile industry, focusing on the export of textiles and garments. The Indian textile industry employs several modes of production, i.e. the Khadi, handloom, powerloom and mill sectors. These four sectors have coexisted, even while they have competed with each other, recently, however, the structure of the Indian textile industry has changed dramatically, a fact reflected in the export performance by the various sectors. While the mill sector has lost market share in the domestic market, the share of the powerloom sector has been rising steadily due to lower production costs. The mill sector has a binary structure. While many weak mills have been suffering from various ills, others have prospered and diversified production. The powerloom sector is taking advantage of low wages, black market and low fixed capital cost per unit of output as well as avoiding excise duty. The handloom sector is still increasing production. Such trends have inevitably affected the export of fabrics. Moreover, the textile industry has created forward linkages with the apparel industry. Bookseller Inventory # 7341

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Book Description Manohar Publishers and Distributors. Hardback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Indian Textile Industry: State Policy, Liberalization and Growth, Shuji Uchikawa, This book attempts to document the structural changes in the Indian textile industry, focusing on the export of textiles and garments. The Indian textile industry employs several modes of production (ie: the khadi, handloom, powerloom and mill sectors). These four sectors have coexisted, even while they have competed with each other. Recently, however, the structure of the Indian textile industry has changed dramatically, a fact reflected in the export performance by the various sectors. While the mill sector has lost market share in the domestic market, the share of the powerloom sector has been rising steadily due to lower production costs. The mill sector has a binary structure. While many weak mills have been suffering from various ills, others have prospered and diversified production. The powerloom sector is taking advantage of low wages, black market and low fixed capital cost per unit of output as well as avoiding excise duty. The handloom sector is still increasing production. Such trends have inevitably affected the export of fabrics. Moreover, the textile industry has created forward linkages with the apparel industry. The world textile trade, too, is changing dramatically. Quota restrictions by the LTA and MFA have been a characteristic feature of the world textile trade. The Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations formulated an Agreement on Textiles and Clothing. It decided to phase out quota restrictions in order to bring the textile and apparel sector into conformity with GATT over a ten-year period. Moreover, Asian NIES, main exporters of textiles and garments, are loosing international competitiveness due to the rapid rise of wages. This book forecasts world market conditions in textiles after the quota restrictions have been phased out. Bookseller Inventory # B9788173042249

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