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  • 1.  
  • 2. APPAREL EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL PRESENTATION BEFORE INDO-CROATIA JOINT COMMITTEE APRIL 15, 2002 FEDERAL HOUSE NEW DELHI
  • 3. THE INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT A GLANCE
    • Accounts for over 14% of the Industrial Production
    • Second largest employment generator after agriculture
    • Contributes around 5% of GDP
    • Second largest spindleage in the world
    • Third largest producer of cotton and second largest producer of cotton yarn
    • Contributes over 30% to India’s export basket
    • Top exporter of cotton yarn in the world - share of 25% in the world trade
    • Flexible production systems
    • Long tradition of excellence in textiles
    37.08 MILLION SPINDLES AND 0.45 MILLION ROTORS
  • 4. CHANGING PROFILE
      • INCREASING INVESTMENT IN HIGH TECHNOLOGY SPINNING/
      • WEAVING/ PROCESSING AND GARMENTING UNITS
      • RENEWED EMPHASIS ON QUALITY
      • INCREASING USE OF ‘ INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY’
      • CONSOLIDATION OF THE VALUE CHAIN
      • EMERGENCE OF NEW ENTREPRENUERS
    STRENGTHENING OF R&D, QUALITY TESTING FACILITY, CAD-CAM / DESIGN STUDIO PRESENCE OF INTERNATIONAL TEST HOUSES LIKE SGS, INTERTEK ETC.
  • 5. EXPANDING PRODUCTION BASE FIBRE AND YARN Million Kgs 1995-96 2000-2001 Raw Cotton 2893 2380 Man-made fibre 498 904 Man-made filament yarn 493 920 Cotton yarn 1894 2267 Blended yarn 395 646 100% Non-cotton 196 247 FABRICS Million Sq. Metres Cotton 18900 19718 Blended 4025 6351 100% Non-cotton 8535 13606
  • 6.
    • RAW COTTON
    • COTTON IS THE PRE-DOMINANT FIBRE USED IN THE TEXTILE
    • SECTOR. ACCOUNTING FOR 70% OF THE TOTAL FIBRE CONSUMPTION
    • INDIA’S SHARE IS 14% IN WORLD PRODUCTION
    • AVAILABILITY OF VARIETIES LIKE SHORT/MEDIUM/LONG
    • /EXTRA LONG STAPLES ( Ranging from 18mm to 35 mm)
    • MAN MADE FIBRE
    • ADDITIONAL CAPACITIES GENERATED IN POLYESTER FIBRE
    • FILAMENT YARN PRODUCTION INCREASED SIGNIFICANLY
    • APPAREL
    • INCREASE PRODUCTION BASE
    • RAPID GROWTH IN EXPORTS
  • 7. SHARE OF TEXTILE & CLOTHING EXPORTS IN INDIA’S TOTAL EXPORTS TEXTILES AND CLOTHING IS THE LARGEST FOREIGN EXCHANGE EARNER 30.00 48,812 162,738 1999-2000 31.65 44,821 141,604 1998-99 27.28 55242 202509 2000-2001 SHARE (%) TEXTILES & CLOTHING EXPORTS TOTAL EXPORTS YEAR
  • 8. SHARE OF EXPORTS OF VARIOUS CLASSIFIED SECTORS ( Ministry of Commerce Report – 1999-2000)
  • 9. HIGHEST EXPORTS FROM TEXTILE SECTOR
    • Readymade garments occupies first position among textile exports.
    • 41% export share during 2000-2001 in textiles.
      • Source : Ministry of Textiles Annual Report - 2000-01.
  • 10. INDIAN GARMENT INDUSTRY - CURRENT ENVIRONMENT & FUTURE PROSPECTS
    • 12.5% share in India’s commodity export basket.
    • Represents value added sub-sector.
    • Less import sensitive.
    • 7% of Industrial production.
    • Export target of US$ 25 billion by 2010.
    • Future employment generation: Additional 6 lakhs jobs by 2005.
      • Source: Draft report of readymade garments for X Five year plan, National Textile Policy 2000-01.
  • 11. STRENGTHS IN GARMENT SECTOR
    • Low Labour Cost
    • Strong cotton raw material base
    • Emergence of buying houses in India
    • Increase in capital investments
  • 12. INDIA’S GARMENT EXPORTS TO CROATIA
  • 13.
    • During the last ten years India’s exports of textiles and clothing increased by 130% INDIA’S SHARE IN WORLD TRADE
    2.8 3.4 2000 2.6 3.0 1998 2.4 3.3 1997 2.60 2.90 1995 2.40 2.1 1990 CLOTHING(%) TEXTILES(%) YEAR
  • 14. India a significant player in cotton textile trade Made ups : 9 Processed fabric :13 Grey fabric : 3 Yarn : 6 World Trade in Cotton Textiles US $ 31 Billion IN 1999 Overall Rank 2 nd after China Largest exporter of Cotton Yarn and second largest In Made ups EXPORT GROWTH 6% HIGHER THAN CHINA AND PAKISTAN INDIA
  • 15. Exports of Cotton Textiles to Croatia Value : Rupees Million 2000-2001 April – September 2001-2002 Yarn 3.86 2.70 Fabrics 12.09 4.09 Made ups 28.50 26.21 TOTAL 44.45 33.00 Source : DGCI&S
  • 16.  
  • 17. INITIATIVES TAKEN BY THE GOVERNMENT TO MAKE THE INDUSTRY GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE
    • Setting up of US $ 6 Billion Technology Upgradation Fund for modernising the entire value chain of the industry
    • Launching of a Technology Mission on Cotton to improve
    • the quality and productivity of raw cotton
    • Setting up of Special Economic Zones and Textile & Apparel Parks
    • Opening up of Textile Sector for Foreign Direct Investments
    • Progressive reduction of import duty on textile machinery and products
  • 18. INDIA’S VISION
    • PROACTIVE TEXTILE POLICY
    • DOUBLING OF PRODUCTION
    • OF COTTON AND MAN MADE FIBRE
    • THRUST ON EXPORTS OF VALUE ADDED
    • PRODUCTS
    • US $ 50 BILLION EXPORTS BY 2010
  • 19. AREAS OF CO-OPERATION
    • Explore opportunities for export of Cotton Yarn & Finished Fabrics to support Croatian apparel industry
    • Greater collaboration in producing finished articles & processed goods in Croatia
    • Collaboration in WTO issues like market access & anti-dumping etc.
    • Visit of buying delegations and promotion of exclusive textile shows in India and Croatia
    • Croatian manufacturers to participate in “Tex-Styles India “and “Heimtextile India”
  • 20. AREAS OF CO-OPERATION (Contd..)
    • Croatian importers of readymade garments visit India International Garment Fair scheduled to be held from 19-21 July’2002 at Hall No. 10 & 11, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi for Spring/Summer Collections and from 17-19th Jan.’2003 for Autumn/Winter collections.
    • India can help in setting-up of Apparel Training and Design Centres in Croatia.
    • AEPC can organise Buyer-Seller-Meets in Croatia to explore the possibilities for trade between Indian garment exporters and Croatian buyers.
  • 21. THANK YOU Presented by: VIJAY MATHUR DIRECTOR, AEPC & SUNEEL ARORA UNDER SECRETARY, GOVT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF TEXTILES TEL: 0091 11 6187630 FAX: 0091 11 6106683 E-MAIL: hoadepd@nda.vsnl.net.in