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Home furnishing industry positive for 2017, but was not so happy last year

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Apparel Online India January, 16-31, 2017

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The home industry has been in focus of late and amidst the extension of garment sector benefits to made-up units, dull market sentiments and shocking news of Target Corp. terminating business relationship with Welspun India for passing off cheap cotton sheets as made from premium Egyptian Cotton, for most of the exporters, 2016 was just about satisfactory. The good thing though is that a majority of them are enthusiastic about 2017 and clear about their plans and strategy, while a few of them are still in process to finalize the direction. There is greater focus on product development, participation in more international sourcing exhibitions, adding new product categories and bringing more processes in-house for most of the companies in 2017. Yet,…

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