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Thursday, 13 October 2016
VISIT OF MR. DHIREN N. SHETH, PRESIDENT, COTTON ASSOCIATION OF INDIA TO THE KCA ON 06.01.2016:

Mr. Dhiren N. Sheth, President, Cotton Association of India (CAI) visited the KCA on 06.01.2016 and held a meeting with the Executive Committee and senior members of the Cotton Trade and discussed matters of mutual interest, especially matter relating to strengthen relationship between two old trade Associations of the sub-continent.

In his address of welcome, Khawaja Tahir Mahmood, Chairman, the KCA thanked the President, CAI for visiting the KCA. Chairman informed the participants of the meeting that India and Pakistan were the major players in Cotton Market of the Sub-Continent. He also informed that Pakistan and India were expecting further expansion in their spinning sectors as a very large percentage of the global cotton economy depends upon Pakistan, India and China to meet their requirements of cotton.



In response to the Address of Welcome presented by Chairman, the KCA, Mr. Dhiren N. Sheth, Chairman, CAI thanked Chairman, members of the Executive Committee and prominent members of the KCA for extending a warm welcome to him on his visit to the KCA. He made a detailed presentation on Development of Indian Cotton and highlighted the role and contribution of other stakeholders in promoting Agriculture, most particularly, cotton and textile sectors of India. He also briefed the members of the KCA about the progress made by CAI towards the setting-up of Cotton Museum. In this regard he gave detailed briefing on the Cotton Museum being set up by CAI and explained different aspects/features of the antiques to be displayed at Cotton Museum.

He sought KCA’s help/assistance for providing Cotton Material/Antiques manuscript, Models, Pictures, etc. to display in the Cotton Museum. Chairman, the KCA assured him to provide all help and assistance in setting up of a Cotton Museum.


 


 

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