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Loan application submissions are slow, and their acceptance even slower.
Farmers lament ‘substantial losses’. Official circles have more conservative loss estimates.
The second factor that creates optimism among farmers is the upcoming infrastructure in the core potato belt.
The official estimates of exports differ from those of exporters.
The government circles are hopeful that the commission will provide farmers a platform to raise their voice.
Farmers and government officials think that exporters are painting a gloomy export picture for some reason.
Canal’s capacity reduced by 20pc
The FBR should also see who will be bearing the final shock of the withholding tax. It will inevitably be consumers
If inputs are dropping, the case needs to be probed by the SBP to see where this loan money is actually being invested.
The government needs to help the industry in value addition with required incentives.
The project would be online somewhere early 2018, when rivers are already dry and elections fever already on.
The government is still pressing the industry to provide its share of relief and cut its profits a bit.
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The only option is to get local irradiation facilities approved by the US as has been the case with South Korea.
Only weather can bring relief
Project manager says 1,410MW Tarbela extension plan no longer possible.
As many as 15 slaughter houses from Punjab now have international acceptance.
Pakistan continues to face electricity shortages and persistent load-shedding. How did the country get here
With almost all crops hit by price crashes, Punjab’s silage initiative seems to be taking shape.