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‘Govt taking steps to enhance wheat production’

MULTAN:The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-led government is taking all possible measures to promote agriculture, enhance wheat production and improve the financial condition of farmers, said Punjab Minister for Energy Dr Akhtar Malik. The previous government...

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Fertilizers imports decreases 25.60pc

The fertilizers manufactured imports into the country during first four months of current financial year decreased by 25.60% as compared the imports of the corresponding period of last year. During the period from Jul-October,...

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Climate Change Reducing Livestock, Agri Products: Minister

Punjab Minister for Livestock and Dairy Development Sardar Hasnain Bahadur Dreshak Tuesday said that climate change was adversely affecting the agriculture and livestock sectors, and an integrated strategy was required to combat the negative...

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Agriculture sector to be given Rs 100 billion subsidy

The federal cabinet has decided to provide Rs 100 billion subsidy to agriculture sector to ameliorate the sufferings of farmers, besides issuing directives for uninterrupted gas supply to domestic consumers in winter. Briefing media...

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Volume of business further rises on cotton market

Volume of business improved further on the cotton market on Monday owing to renewed buying by mills and spinners, dealers said. The official spot rate maintained overnight level Rs 8800, they added. In ready...

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Cotton slips on trade jitters; WASDE report in focus

Cotton futures fell on Monday ahead of the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) supply and demand report, while lack of clear signs in US-China trade negotiations weighed on investor sentiment. Cotton contracts for March...

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Sustaining food exports’ growth

Food exports are growing. But can this trend be sustained in coming years? That depends on whether the government succeeds in reviving agriculture and food security issues are addressed without disturbing food exports. During...

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Climate change triggers widespread Pakistan migration

Extreme weather patterns, shrinking agriculture, sea erosion, and lingering dry spells have caused widespread migration within Pakistan in the past decade, according to officials and local experts. More than two million people were displaced...

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Business activity improves on cotton market

Business activity improved on the cotton market on Thursday as declining rates attracted mills and spinners, dealers said. The official spot rate was unchanged at Rs8900, they added. In ready session, about 16,000 bales...

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Sugar to be exported only under ‘special conditions’: Razak

Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce, Textile, Industry and Production Abdul Razak Dawood on Thursday said Pakistan will be exported only under special conditions. While talking to media persons at a conference organized by...