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Indian textile companies confident of growth in 2016 after slow 2015

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Apparel Online India January, 1-15, 2015

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The Indian textile industry is working hard to be different and also support the front-end with new products. Many companies have not only made huge investments but have also repositioned their strategies to match global expectations. Some interesting textile companies and centres poised for growth in 2016, are listed below: 1) Mercury Fabrics ventures into printed knits; introduces designs never done in India  2) KG Fabriks taking the sustainable route for growth: zero discharge, zero waste company in true sense 3) Bullish Textile Policy attracting new investments & expansions  4) Indian mills have potential for  larger share in Bangladeshi market  5) ICHALKARANJI: Moving from greige to processed fabric and export 

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