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July 31st, 2007
Garment firms race to innovate
Innovation is the key, he said. So, for phase II, members would be have access to R&D facilities linking the industry, scientists and other organisations.
The programme would arrange training courses on R&D and marketing strategy for innovative products.
Key technologies for this phase are microencapsulation and nanotechnology, which would play an active role for new function textiles development, as well as technology testing machines.
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