LAHORE, Pakistan, March 23 (UPI Next) -- Farmers in Pakistan, a country with the potential to produce enough wheat for domestic consumption and export, seem to be losing interest in growing the grain because the government has failed to prop up ... UPI, 3 weeks ago
Farmers fail to turn up at Wagha to protest trade with India - The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago
Pakistan farmers' proposed march puts border area committee on alert - Times of India, 1 month ago
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March 27, 2014 Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front (PIAF) on Wednesday urged the Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited (ZTBL) to start issuance of loans to the farmers to increase agriculture production in the country. PIAF Chairman ...Business Recorder, 2 weeks ago Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front urges Zarai Taraqiati Bank Ltd to start issuing loans to farmers - Press Release issued by Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front HispanicBusiness.com, 3 weeks ago Piaf hails additional GST extraction on auto parts Pakistan Observer, 4 weeks ago Auto parts: PIAF hails FBR decision to withdraw two percent additional GST Business Recorder, 4 weeks ago
LAHORE: Farmers seek high-yielding seeds and the companies are pushing for Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) cotton in Pakistan. In a fresh bid to restart the legislation process from where it was discontinued earlier, a summary is being sent to the ...The Gulf Today, 1 month ago Exports to EU to get a boost: fiscal year 2014 revised cotton target almost achieved Business Recorder, 1 month ago Scientists review cotton research The Nation Pakistan, 1 day ago Pakistan to help Kabul in cotton production Financial Daily, 1 month ago
Pakistan's basmati exports have risen sharply in the last few months. According to the Rice Export Association Pakistan, the late surge in exports has resulted in a substantial increase of 29pc in quantity and 55pc in dollar earnings during the ...DAWN Group, 2 days ago Vietnam's rice exports in competition with Thailand Saigon Economic Times, 1 month ago Five countries representatives to discuss setting up of ASEAN Rice Federation Myanma Freedom Daily, 1 month ago Global glut, falling demand: double whammy for Vietnam rice exports Thanhnien, 1 month ago
April 07, 2014 Pakistan will have to spend $156.8 billion to import 14 million bales of cotton if the farmers did not cultivate the crop as a protest against unfair return of their produce. This was stated on Sunday at a press conference ...Business Recorder, 1 week ago PCGA recommends three options to rescue ginning sector Business Recorder, 2 weeks ago
ISLAMABAD - Chairman Pakistan Poultry Association (PPA) Dr Hassan Sarosh Monday said that the recent hike in poultry products prices was temporary and rates would gradually come down by mid of April 2014. "The weather is expected to get better and ...The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago Poultry Prices to Drop Gradually, Says Poultry Association Chairman The Poultry Site, 3 weeks ago
March 23, 2014 Pakistan is running through a difficult time in term of water scarcity as the per capita water availability has touched to threshold level, said Parliamentary Secretary on Finance and Economic Affairs Rana Muhammad Afzal Khan.Business Recorder, 3 weeks ago
The sentiment is commendable: Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) Durgesh Buxy and Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) agreed that there is a strong need to normalize trade relations between both ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
LAHORE: Pakistani farmers of Punjab province forged an alliance on Friday to resist any move to allow free trade with India in agricultural products from Wagah-Attari land route, claiming that such a decision would destroy country's agriculture and ...The Gulf Today, 1 month ago Taking technology to the farmer Truth About Trade, 3 weeks ago Farmers to resist free trade with India DAWN Group, 1 month ago Impose duties on Indian products, demand farmers The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
As Pakistan appears to be inching close to granting a non-discriminatory market access — the Most Favoured Nation status to India — farmers are fearful of the consequences. Although they are now part of the negotiation process, through a Task ...DAWN Group, 1 month ago
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