The 59th edition of India International Garment Fair (IIGF) which was scheduled to take place from 17-19 July in New Delhi has now been shifted to Gandhinagar (Gujarat) under the ‘Textiles India 2017’ initiative. Ministry of Textiles is doing this event simultaneously with the Textile India Conclave, and the AEPC has assured that the best possible subsidy will be given to exhibitors? Being an apparel exporter, how do you see this decision, especially when some years ago Tex-Trends India event could not survive with the same vision and support of all EPCs | Apparel Resources
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The 59th edition of India International Garment Fair (IIGF) which was scheduled to take place from 17-19 July in New Delhi has now been shifted to Gandhinagar (Gujarat) under the ‘Textiles India 2017’ initiative. Ministry of Textiles is doing this event simultaneously with the Textile India Conclave, and the AEPC has assured that the best possible subsidy will be given to exhibitors? Being an apparel exporter, how do you see this decision, especially when some years ago Tex-Trends India event could not survive with the same vision and support of all EPCs

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The 59th edition of India International Garment Fair (IIGF) which was scheduled to take place from 17-19 July in New Delhi has now been shifted to Gandhinagar (Gujarat) under the ‘Textiles India 2017’ initiative. Ministry of Textiles is doing this event simultaneously with the Textile India Conclave, and the AEPC has assured that the best possible subsidy will be given to exhibitors? Being an apparel exporter, how do you see this decision, especially when some years ago Tex-Trends India event could not survive with the same vision and support of all EPCs

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