INDIA: Ready-Made Garment Exports Up 9 Per Cent
Exports of ready-made garments climbed 9.2 per cent last month to $431 million compared to $394.7m in the year-ago period, India's Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) revealed on Monday. The council said garment exports by quantity climbed to 119.6 million pieces from 113.2 million pieces in 2001, while in the first five months of the year clothing exports rose 1.1 per cent to $1.8 billion, or in terms of quantity by eight per cent to 545 million pieces.
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