Restrictions still hamper India's makers
By just-style.com | 26 April 2006
Despite the optimism of some government officials and business leaders, the Indian textile and apparel industry is still hampered by many constraints, writes Jozef De Coster from New Delhi. These include restrictive labour laws, an erratic power supply, low productivity, and a badly balanced supply chain.
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