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  1. THE LEATHER INDUSTRY 1-The leather is a byproduct and the main sources is provided the leather industry word –wise are cattle, sheep and goats are provide by the leather and the value of cattle and goat etc are 5 to 20% in the market in the animals. 2- the leather are used in the market children’s shoes and most are use Leather makes a contribution to the quality of everyday life in the market are uses. 3-theleather industry occupies in place of Indian the predominant decentralized nature and small size makes it difficult to change this industry. As small scale, cottage and artisan sector account for over 75% of the total.

  2. THE LEATHER INDUSTRY 4-leather are provide by a all country but The major markets for Indian Leather & Leather Products are Germany with a share of 12.92%, USA 11.32%, U.K. 11.20%, Italy 8.73%, France 5.99%, Hong Kong 7.98%, Spain 5.21%, Netherlands 3.66%, China 2.60%, Denmark 1.51%, UAE 3.05%, Belgium 1.62%,in 2012-13 leather are provide in the market.

  3. THE LEATHER INDUSTRY • 5-These 12 countries together accounts for nearly 76% of India’s total leather& leather products in 2012-2013 • 6-While focusing on the above mentioned project, this evaluation takes also into account previous UNIDO projects in the Ethiopian leather sector. The majority of these interventions, including the one at stake, were funded by the Italian Cooperation, one of UNIDO’s main donors.

  4. Leather Manufacturing Process The processing of hides and skins into leather is a complex procedure that requires a precise combination of many chemical and mechanical operations. Aster-by-step diagram of these processing operations is shown in Figure 2.1

  5. Leather Manufacturing Process

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