India’s leading apparel firms will increase their exports now that quotas have been phased-out. But in order to reach the government export target of US$25 billion by 2010, they will need to build new capabilities in design and marketing, as well as develop a collaborative mind-set so that synergies can be built and sustained. Dr Anuradha Balaram looks at building capability in the Indian apparel export sector.

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