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US withdrawing from TPP would boost Indian leather exports

With the new President Donald Trump withdrawing US from TPP it will benefit our industry in future", Council for Leather Exports,Vice-Chairman,P R Aqeel Ahmed told reporters. DNA, 2 months ago

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Financial Express, 6 months ago

Leather exporters importing hides to meet supply shortfall

Big leather exporters of the country are importing cow hides to meet the shortfall in domestic supplies caused by problems in transportation of the material from one location to another. After the ban on cow slaughter was effected in some states, the leather ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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Future bleak for UP's leather units as illegal abattoirs shut down

Forty five organised slaughterhouses are not in a position to cater for the big demand for rawhide Following stringent action and the subsequent closure of illegal abattoirs in Uttar Pradesh (UP) soon after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power last month, the roughly Rs 20,000-crore (Rs 200 billion) leather industry has been adversely impacted by short supply of rawhide. Acting on the National Green Tribunal’s (NGT’s) directive to close illegal slaughterhouses in UP, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Why the Rs 20,000-crore UP leather industry is on tenterhooks

In its UP Vision Document, the BJP had promised it would shut down illegal and mechanised abattoirs in the state if it came to power. Possible action against illegal slaughterhouses in Uttar Pradesh, as promised in the election manifesto of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), is keeping the Rs 20,000-crore UP leather industry on tenterhooks. In its UP Vision Document, the BJP had promised it would shut down illegal and mechanised abattoirs in the state if it came to power. With Yogi Adityanath ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago UP’s anti-abattoir campaign could cripple prime revenue and job-generating industries  Sify1 month ago UP's anti-abattoir campaign could cripple prime revenue and job-generating industries  Sify1 month ago

GJEPC, Commerce Ministry to work on Udupi gold craft centre

The Gems and Jewellery Promotion Council (GJEPC) is teaming up with the commerce ministry to set up a gold craft and design institute at Udupi in Karnataka in an effort to reskill local freelance artisans. The institute, with an express aim to revive ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Indian delegation participated in Colombo Exhibition that concluded yesterday

In Sri Lanka, a strong Indian delegation of leather and footwear industry participated in a three -day exhibition at Colombo which concluded yesterday.A total of 34 Indian firms representing India�s Confederation of Indian Footwear Industry, Council for ...
 News on Air2 months ago
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If the GST has to really work...

The GST has been a great achievement, but it does suffer from weaknesses, says Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian. Illustrations: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com After the constitutional amendment bill that midwifed it, and with the passage of the four laws that have given it elaborate flesh and substance, the Goods and Services Tax has entered its last and critical phase: the determination of the GST’s rate structure.   Late last year, there was agreement on five broad GST slabs: ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Ripple effects in WB after UP crackdown

The crackdown in Uttar Pradesh (UP) on the illegal slaughterhouses is having its ripple effects here as well. Md Ali, president, Calcutta Beef Dealers' Association, told DNA that the export and transport of beef has taken one of the worse-ever hit. Ali said ...
 DNA1 month ago Ripple effect of UP govt's crackdown on illegal slaughterhouse felt in Kolkata  DNA1 month ago

Handicrafts and gifts fair opens tomorrow

The world's largest handicrafts and gifts fair opens here tomorrow, offering buyers a wide variety of home, lifestyle, decoratives, fashion and textiles products under one roof. The IHGF-Delhi Fair Spring 2017 will be open from February 16-20. More than 3,000 ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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