Rising cotton prices behind Indian garment makers’ strike plan – Sourcing Journal








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Garment units in the southern Indian city of Tirupur will shut down from May 16-21 to protest against soaring cotton prices. The Tirupur Garment Owners Association, which called the strike on Tuesday, said it expected prices to fall after the government temporarily lifted duties on cotton exports last month. Instead, the mills…

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Michael O. Stutler