Dawood hoped this amount will resolve the liquidity issues of our exporters and enable them to enhance exports.
Our businessmen will now use this liquidity to look after their workers during these challenging times
It was a business decision which did not work out, said Razak Dawood while rejecting plea from the textile mills.
The government will give a relief package to more exporters in coming days, said Razak Dawood.
Adviser to Prime Minister for Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood on Wednesday said that the government was making all-out efforts to boost textile sector in the country.
The envoy assured that China would help meet the technological needs of Pakistan
“The sector would get an additional Rs115 billion through the package in the next five years,” said Textile and Industry Secretary Iftikhar Babar
The prime minister emphasized upon paying special attention to the skill development of the youth in the country.
FAISALABAD: Pakistan’s first weaving city shall be set up in the M3 Industrial Estate here in Faisalabad as the country moves towards streamlining its textile sector, bring the entire clutch of weaving units in one 100-acre parcel of land in this predominantly textile manufacturing city. The first every weaving city in Faisalabad, Pakistan will cater the complete range of weaving machines in this 100-acre part of land, which will be known as the textile manufacturing city. On Friday, at the Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce…