German textile machinery manufacturers remain strong partners of Pakistan's textile industry

May 2014
Pakistan Textile Journal;May2014, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p7
The author discusses the partnership between the German textile machinery industry and Pakistan's textile industry. Topics covered include the history of the textile and clothing industries, the establishment of a textile manufacturing base in Pakistan by cotton growers and agriculturists, and the continuing rise of German textile machinery exports to Pakistan every year.


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