TIRUPUR: The state government will take steps to establish a Codissia-like complex in , said state animal husbandry minister Udumalai K Radhakrishnan.
He said this after inaugurating the 18th edition of knit show in the city on Sunday.
“The knitwear industry is one of the , which adapts to new rapidly. Hence, a state-of-the-art complex is vital so that it can conduct exhibitions often,” he said, adding that he will talk to chief minister to take steps to establish the facility soon.
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The three-day event is underway in a private hotel exhibition complex on Kangeyam Road. It features more than 500 stalls showcasing latest technologies and technics on knitwear and apparel industry.
Apparel Export Promotion Council’s vice-chairman A Sakthivel said, “Tirupur cluster has witnessed the worst dip in the last three and a half decades. The industrialists were requesting the governments to increase the rates of rebate on state levies and duty drawback.”
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