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Does ‘Make in India’ have the punch to attract investments in apparel manufacturing?

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Apparel Online India July, 16-31, 2016

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The campaign for ‘Make in India’ is only getting louder, but does it in anyway impact or influence the garment industry, and more importantly, is there anything in the recent ‘special package’ for the garment industry that could encourage fresh investments in this industry that too in tier 2 and tier 3 cities, where the labour is located…, not many have an answer to that! While many feel that the spirit and intent of…

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