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Sharp rise in yarn price force looms to cut output

 

 Sharp increase in yarn prices have hit the powerloom units very badly and most of suppliers have now decided to cut production by downing their shutters once in a week to stay in the business by avoiding huge losses.

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Ethiopia approves import of pest-resistant improved cotton variety

The Ethiopian Textile Industry Development Institute (ETIDI) on Thursday said that the country’s textile industry is presently

Ethiopia approves import of pest-resistant improved cotton variety

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Indian textile workers demand enforcement of 30% pay hike

 CHENNAI (Thomson Reuters Foundation): Hundreds of textile workers in India’s Tamil Nadu state have launched protests to demand that the first minimum wage increase in the southern state in more than 12 years is enforced

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Brazilian cotton index up 5.66% in August

Brazilian cotton index up 5.66% in AugustBrazilian cotton index up 5.66% in August
The CEPEA/ESALQ Index for payment in 8 days for cotton type 41-4, which includes freight to São Paulo grew 5.66 per cent in August and export parity rose 6.1 per cent in the month, pushed up by the high dollar.

So, while the dollar rose 6.32 per cent against the Brazilian Real, Brazilian cotton sellers increased closure of export contracts in August, motivated by the strong dollar.

According to a CEPEA report, Brazilian cotton remained competitive in the global market at the same time.

“Export trades led to limited cotton availability in the domestic market, which was already down due to harvesting delays, leading in turn to hike in domestic prices,” it added.

In August, the CEPEA/ESALQ Index was 1.5 per cent up compared to export parity, but the average in dollar, cash payment, was 13.35 per cent down at $0.6219 per pound.

This compares to the average of Cotlook A Index at $0.7177 per pound and 4.53 per cent lower than the first contract at ICE Futures at $0.6514 per pound.

“This led to the competitiveness of Brazilian cotton increasing in the international market,” the Brazilian agency informed. (AR)

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