NEW DELHI — As India’s apparel exports to its traditional and biggest markets — Europe and the U.S. — continue to fall, the industry here is setting out to woo buyers in untapped countries, including Japan and Latin America.
This was borne out at the India International Garment Fair, held here July 15 to 17. Among the 200-odd foreign buyers, organizers said there was a record 20 buyers from Japan, while two countries, Argentina and Uruguay, were represented for the first time.
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