North Indian cotton yarn market bearish; Panipat’s market stable

North India’s cotton yarn market witnessed a bearish trend today as cotton prices were not feasible for the textile industry. Buyers are following the wait and watch approach and avoiding bulk buying. Yarn prices declined in Delhi as weaving industry was cautious about buying. Panipat’s recycled yarn was stable, but cotton comber and recycled fibre …

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India’s fabric

Demand for sustainable or organic cotton on the rise, providing an opportunity for the country to excel A few years ago, images of the drying up of the eastern bed of the Aral Sea had shocked millions. It was linked to the widespread growing of unsustainable cotton, backed by the Uzbekistan government, to pocket greater …

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India’s cotton yarn exports down by 71% in September ’22

Continuing the negative trend, India witnessed 70.86 per cent decline in its cotton yarn export during September on Y-o-Y basis. The official Commerce Ministry’s data and Apparel Resources’ analysis further showed that cotton yarn exports have shrunk to US $ 129.28 million in September ’22 from US $ 442.80 million a year ago. Cumulatively, in April-September …

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Cotton yarn prices down in Delhi, North India faces sluggish demand

North India’s cotton yarn trade was not getting support from any direction. Poor demand from both the domestic weaving industry and the export market forced spinners and stockists to reduce cotton yarn prices in the Delhi market by ₹10 per kg per kg. However, Ludhiana market noted steady trend. Panipat market recorded stable prices of …

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Cotton yarn prices down in south India; slowdown worries industry

South India’s cotton yarn prices decreased today as demand from end users remained poor. Buyers in the entire textile value chain were cautious amid global slowdown and yarn imports from China. Tiruppur market noted a fall of ₹5-7 per kg in carded yarn as Tamil Nadu-based small spinners were under stress. Mumbai also noted a …

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Despite higher production, cotton exporters struggling to export

As farmers are delaying sales of their harvest hoping for higher prices in coming months, Indian traders are struggling to export cotton despite higher production. Indian traders so far in the new season have contracted 70,000 bales for exports, significantly lower than more than 500,000 bales contracted during the same period a year ago, said …

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India’s cotton exports stall as farmers delay sales hoping for higher prices

MUMBAI, Nov 23 (Reuters) – Indian traders are struggling to export cotton despite higher production as farmers are delaying sale of their harvest hoping for higher prices in coming months, industry officials told Reuters. The limited supplies are keeping local prices significantly above the global benchmark , making overseas sales unviable from the world’s biggest …

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South India’s Tamil Nadu On Fast Track To Multiply Cotton Production

Tamil Nadu fast tracked its efforts to increase cotton production to ease the burden of the industry for sourcing the natural fibre from other states. Non-availability of cotton locally is the weakest link of Tamil Nadu’s textile industry. The state government has planned to increase cotton production from 5 lakh bales of 170 kg to …

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