The United States and China have reached an agreement on a Phase One trade deal in a move that will delay new tariffs that were due to take effect this weekend and reduce the rates currently imposed on most apparel and textile products.
The Assamese 'gamosa' and the salutation 'Joi Aai Asom' along with the cry 'Ho!Ho!' has become the symbol of the protests raging the state against the amended Citizenship Act. The 'gamosa', a white and red patterned cotton handwoven fabric, is traditionally offered to elders and guests as mark of respect and honour by Assamese people. It is being used by the protestors to assert their identity, which they claim has been threatened by the Act. "The cultural and linguistic identity of indigenous people of the state are at stake and we cannot tolerate this. We are carrying the 'gamosa' which reflects our pride in our culture and very existence," said Arunima Barua, an 18-year old student of a city college. Many students carry the 'gamosa' with slogans like 'No CAB', 'Withdraw CAB', 'Assam is not a dumping ground', 'We cannot bear the burden of Bangladeshis anymore' written on them. Many even tie the modest piece of clothg around their head as turbans. The cries of 'Joi Aai .
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Citing the decision of the GST Council to allow input tax credit at MMF fabric stage, she said the committee had recommended the ministry to monitor the impact of increasing import duty from 10% to 20% in respect of all MMF items. The group had suggested that there is a need to reduce the dependence of import of the raw material, MMF and filament.
"Overall global growth slowdown no doubt impacted the growth of most of the domestic sectors including textiles and subsequent improved demand and profitability will no doubt be partly countered by sticky working capital requirement," she said in a written reply to a question on expected improvement in overall credit profile of textile sector