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to live or act together in harmony

to support slavishly every opinion or suggestion of a superior

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Pre-Qualification: Manufacturers/Authorised Dealers for the supply of Textile Dyes, processing chemicals/Auxiliary chemicals for processing of Cotton as well as Man made fabrics
Internal processing of cotton fiber rose from 15% to 40% during last 10 years.
She added: "The programme provides for an increase in domestic processing of cotton fiber from 44% this year to 70% in 2020, with a corresponding increase in textile exports from $800 million to $1.
These chemicals find widespread application during the processing of cotton, wool and synthetic fibers.
The owners of Toptext, a textile manufacturer of Syria, intend to open a factory for dying and processing of cotton in Macedonia.
Uzbekistan intends in 2011 to increase domestic consumption and processing of cotton fiber to 400,000 tons, the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade Nasriddin Najimov said at the International Uzbek Cotton Fair.
Nowadays, there are 100 investment projects on processing of cotton fiber; this portfolio assumes attracting about 1.
A UNITED Nations International Year of Natural Fibres 2009 is aiming to encourage developing countries to be imaginative in their processing of cotton, flax, sisal, hemp, wool, alpaca, cashmere, camel hair and angora, to seize new export markets.
Renshaw's plan, the mill, renamed the Historic Cargill Falls Mill, will house more uses than the processing of cotton and wool.
This involves developing inter-professional and public-private co-operation; promoting responsiveness to evolutions of markets and technologies; boosting quality recognition; developing mechanisms to mitigate price risks; as well as ways to develop the processing of cotton into textiles and clothing.
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