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AO Investigation: Why Jaipur exporters are struggling to even reach Rs. 100 crore-mark?

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Apparel Online India February, 16-28, 2017

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Some years ago, one well-known Jaipur-based exporter having 3 factories, approached Tesco, H&M and few other such top brands/stores to work with his factories. The factories were even certified but after all this, the top brands refused to work with this Jaipur exporter without specifying the reason, even though the rates offered by the exporter were impressively less from those being offered by exporters in Delhi-NCR. Not the one to be disheartened, the exporter then approached top Indian buying houses and assured them that he will get at least 4-5 big exporters in the loop, as the buying office clearly said that they did not wish to come to Jaipur to work with a single supplier, but even then the buying…

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