INDIA: India's Garment Manufacturers Hit Out Over New Duty
Angry garment manufacturers in India have hit out over the Government's decision to impose a 16 per cent duty on branded garments in the federal Budget. And they are planning a one-day strike tomorrow (March 7) in protest at the duty which they fear will threaten their industry. A number of companies, including Shoppers' Stop, Pantaloons, Indian Rayon and Indus League, have banded together and launched an action group.
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