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印度服装业在covid19利差的背景下呼吁出台财政刺激方案

2020-3-22 15:13

新德里,3月21日(新华社)——随着covid19在全球范围内的冲击,印度的服装制造和出口部门面临着巨大的不确定性,在过去的几周里,来自多个国家的进口订单被大量取消。


在这些生产车间可以看到装着成衣的纸箱。


在目前的情况下,服装出口促进委员会(AEPC)周六呼吁莫迪总理立即为摇摇欲坠的服装业提供可行的财政刺激方案。


在一份声明中,AEPC主席a Sakthivel请求紧急措施,以缓解流动资金约束的放松银行业规范包装标准,进步和还款义务,提高保险条款减少前后发货风险,缓解规范满足出口国的义务和宽松的劳动遵从性。


在他的声明中,AEPC主席强调了严重的现金流紧缩,不断增加的库存和发货取消。


根据Sakthivel的说法,服装业是受covid19影响最严重的行业之一,因为该行业正“深度参与”全球价值链。“与美国等印度顶级市场在美国、意大利、西班牙、中东等地受到病毒攻击后,75%的印度服装出口商现在面临着订单取消和发货延期的风险。”


Sakthivel在声明中进一步表示,目前的不确定性预计将至少持续两个月,影响至少10亿美元的出货量。


近1300万直接工人和他们的家庭据说依赖于印度的服装业。


在印度北部哈里亚纳邦毗邻德里的Gurugram城,服装制造商们据说正目睹来自外国的订单突然被取消。据媒体报道,准备出口的货物无人接受,因为仓库、物流公司、市场和银行已经关闭了欧洲大部分受疫情影响的国家的业务。


据报道,总部位于gurugram的服装公司MM Creations的首席执行官M. Gaind说:“我们还没有收到已经发出的货物的付款。通常在一个月内收到付款。但由于银行、清算所和市场都关闭了,一切都陷入了停滞。”


Gurugram据说是大约200家大型出口型服装公司的总部,每年的总营业额接近3万印度卢比(43亿美元)。

 

NEW DELHI, March 21 (Xinhua) -- As the COVID-19 hits globally, uncertainty looms large over India's garment manufacturing and exporting units amid large scale cancellation of import orders from various countries over the past couple of weeks.

Cartons containing readymade garments could be seen at these manufacturing units.

In present circumstances the Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) on Saturday appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for an immediate financial viable stimulus package for the reeling apparel sector.

In a statement, AEPC Chairman A. Sakthivel requested for urgent steps to ease the working capital constraint by easing the banking sector norms for packaging criteria, advances and repayment obligations, improving the insurance terms to reduce the pre and post shipment risk, easing of norms for meeting exporter's obligations and easing of labour compliances for this period.

In his statement, the AEPC chairman highlighted the severe cash flow crunch, rising inventories and shipments cancellations.

According to Sakthivel, the apparel sector had been one of the worst hit due to the COVID-19 as it was "deeply engaged" with the global value chain. "With Indian's top markets like U.S., Italy, Spain, Middle East etc. being hit by virus, 75 percent of Indians apparel exporters are now exposed to cancellation of orders and postponement of shipment," he added.

The prevailing uncertainty is expected to linger for at least next two months, impacting at least 1 billion U.S. dollars worth of shipments, Sakthivel further said in his statement.

Nearly 13 million direct workers and their families are said to be dependent on India's apparel sector.

Apparel manufacturers in Gurugram city in northern state of Haryana, adjoining Delhi, are said to be witnessing a sudden cancellation of orders from foreign countries. According to media reports, shipments ready for export were finding no takers as warehouses, logistic firms, markets and banks had shut operations in most pandemic-hit countries across Europe.

Chief Executive Officer of Gurugram-based garment unit "MM Creations" M. Gaind was quoted as saying "We have not been paid for shipments already dispatched. Usually the payment is received within a month. But since banks, clearing houses, and markets are shut, things have come to a standstill."

Gurugram is said to be a home of around 200 large export-oriented garment firms having a combined turnover of nearly 30,000 crore Indian Rupees (4.3 billion U.S. dollars) annually.

 

原作者: Pankaj Yadav 来自: xinhua