INDIA: Silk Yarn Production Up 128 Per Cent In Jammu And Kashmir
Silk yarn production in Jammu and Kashmir has registered a growth of 128 per cent during the last four years. According to the press Trust of India, silk yarn production in the private sector grew to 16 tons last year against seven tons in 1996-97 and is expected to touch 25 tons by the end of the current financial year, an official spokesman said in Srinagar on Sunday.
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