Hope is in tatters in Tiruppur as cotton and yarn prices rise

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Despite the pandemic, the hub recorded exports of Rs 33,525 crore in 2021-2022, contributing around 1% of the country’s export revenue.

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Cotton prices | yarn industry


Shine Jacob |
Tiruppur



In the streets of Tiruppur, the air is full of the smell of chemicals and dyes used in fabrics. At least one person in almost every family is linked to the textile and garment industry which produces the hosiery, knitwear, casual wear and sportswear sold nationwide.


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First published: Saturday 04 June 2022. 06:04 IST

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