Dhar Textiles to diversify

June 1995
Colourage;Jun95, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p78
Trade Publication
Reports on India-based Dhar Textiles Mills Ltd.'s expansion and diversification programs to manufacture processed heavy cotton fabrics. Wide application of the fabric in casual wear and industrial garments; Estimated cost of the project.


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