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Karnataka to announce new textile policy

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BANGALORE: The Karnataka Government has prepared a new textiles policy on the lines of the Central Government's textile policy and would announce it soon, according to the Minister of Textiles and Sericulture, Mr H.M. Revanna.

Answering a question in the Legislative Council, Mr Revanna said the policy aims at modernising the textiles industry. The State Government is trying to be more competitive in the power loom sector and has taken up the modernisation of old power looms, he said.

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