When India’s garment industry fails to meet demand, fashion industry blames the poor quality of garments
Fashion, especially when it comes to the design of the garments, is an industry with a long and complex history.
It is a complex and ever-evolving phenomenon that is often at odds with the consumer’s expectations and expectations of the industry.
The garment industry is a highly fragmented industry with little or no common understanding or communication between its members.
While it has been around for a long time, the garment industry has never been an equal player in the global marketplace.
The Indian government’s recent efforts to create a uniform garment quality standard has been a success in helping make the industry more accountable for its production quality.
It has also been a catalyst for the industry to focus on its manufacturing process and ensure quality control.
The Ministry of Industry and Commerce has announced an initial target of achieving a uniform quality standard for the manufacture of garments by 2019.
But the industry is already facing some challenges.
It will not achieve uniformity until 2019 because the manufacturing process for producing garments in India is complex and its processes are not yet standardized.
It will take a while to achieve the desired uniformity.
For that, it will be crucial for the garment manufacturing sector to focus more on the quality of its products.
In the meantime, it needs to focus less on quality control and production processes and more on producing better quality garments at lower cost.
There are several factors that are contributing to the difficulty of manufacturing in India, said Arvind Krishna, CEO of The International Fashion Group.
They are the availability of raw materials in a competitive global market, the quality control problems of the production process and lack of awareness of the processes involved in making garments.
Krishna said that quality control is a very important part of the garment making process.
He said the quality assurance process is done by quality control laboratory, and that it is a continuous process that is run by the factory.
The process consists of testing, checking and monitoring.
“The quality assurance tests will be done by experts of the quality department,” he said.
Quality control also comes down to the manufacturing method.
The textile industry in India has a large number of manufacturing processes.
Many of them are based on manual and manual processing methods.
This has led to the loss of quality control because of lack of familiarity with these manufacturing processes, said Ram Jena, the chairman of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).
The CII is a trade association of Indian manufacturers that has been trying to address the problems in the garment sector.
In 2014, it formed the CII Quality Management Committee.
This group is responsible for ensuring that the quality management process in the manufacturing industry is in line with international standards and that there is a consistent and robust process for quality control in the industry, Jena said.
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