By  on July 3, 2012

LAHORE, Pakistan — Pakistan’s value-added textile exports decreased 9.8 percent in the four months through May, while exports of competitors have increased — India’s gained 23.9 percent, Bangladesh’s grew 7.9 percent and China’s were up 2.1 percent, according to industry estimates.

Mills here claim it is a temporary phase due to factors on the supply and demand sides, and are combating the situation by going up the value chain and aiming to produce trend-right and market friendly products.

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