KARACHI: The falling cotton production is expected to further burden foreign exchange reserves as the country will...
Parvaiz Ishfaq Rana
SAPT operates biggest deep sea port of the country since 2016, with two berths having length of 800 metres.
A steep fall in cotton production in Punjab is the major factor which reduced overall output in the country.
APTMA expressed serious concern over the failure of cotton crop which would not be more than nine million bales.
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Cotton crop production reduces by 21 per cent to 6.097 million bales.
ILO plans to launch the Better Work Programme in Pakistan.
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Syed Ali Zaidi says the federal government will not like to see these funds sink without achieving results.
Dr Naseem stresses upon the need to broaden the tax base.
The production shortfall is unlikely to be fulfilled during the remaining period, observes cotton analyst Naseem Usman.
Former finance minister Shaukat Tareen expresses deep concern over the current economic condition.
“The FBR uploaded on its web portal the return forms for tax year 2019 on Sept 2 without incorporating our suggestions.”
Sees GDP growth rate at 3.5pc in current fiscal year.
The total area under cotton cultivation this season was achieved at 69 million acres against the target of 71.54m acres.