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Jute is the world's second most used fibre after cotton.The India jute industry is an integral part of the Indian Textile Industry.Jute is a natural fibre and is grown in extensive parts of West Bengal, Bihar, Assam, Orissa and Uttar Pradesh in India. It has been one of India's traditional industries but in the recent past, it had been witnessing continuous erosion partly because of competition from Bangladesh, once forming the best part of India's jute producing areas, and partly because of the onslaught of the synthetics. The jute industry was once India's largest foreign exchange earner.
The country produces about 1.6 million tonnes a year of jute goods mainly in the form of hessian (fabrics), sacks, carpet backing and carpets. Of late, other fancy products like curtains and handbags are being produced. The industry is expected to maintain a crawling growth of 1% to 1.3% in the ensuring years.
Jute use is now increasingly becoming diverse. It can be used in furniture, curtains, upholstery, and dashboards and side panels in cars. The new applications identified for jute range from door frames to denim clothes. Jute carpets have been in vogue for a long time. Jute is being used in the production of cigarette paper. It also provides furbish for other paper producers. An auto multinational is reported to be using about 2.5 kg of jute in each car produced by it in India. Jute's bio-degradability is a compelling advantage.