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Child Labor is Common
In India, compliance is limited in the informal sector, where most workers are employed.
Overtime is a serious problem, and child labor is common, with reports also of exploitation and sexual harassment of women.
In addition, the region faces growing competition from Southeast Asian countries including Cambodia, Indonesia and Vietnam.
But with stricter controls, better wages and higher-value products, South Asia's apparel and textile industry can retain its competitive edge, the report said.
"Given that much of apparel production continues to be labor intensive, the potential to create more and better jobs is immense," it added.
With the Cartwright Loom, the Spinning Mule and the Boulton & Watt steam engine, the pieces were in place to build a mechanised woven fabric textile industry.
From this point there were no new inventions, but a continuous improvement in technology as the mill-owner strove to reduce cost and improve quality.
Developments in the transport infrastructure; that is the canals and after 1831 the railways facilitated the import of raw materials and export of finished cloth.
Major changes came to the textile industry during the 20th century, with continuing technological innovations in machinery, synthetic fibre, logistics, and globalization of the business.
The business model that had dominated the industry for centuries was to change radically.
Cotton and wool producers were not the only source for fibres, as chemical companies created new synthetic fibres that had superior qualities for many uses, such as rayon, invented in 1910, and DuPont's nylon, invented in 1935 as in inexpensive silk substitute, and used for products ranging from women's stockings to tooth brushes and military parachutes.

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