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R&D Support should continue without discrimination, Mr Bilal Mulla
04
Jun '08
Due to immense increase in cost of doing business particularly in garments sector it is now difficult for exporters to compete with rest of the competitors despite of finest quality of garments produced in Pakistan but due to heavy overhead expenditures and uneven playing field as compare to our competitors we need to gear up the efforts to boost our exports and government should take all steps to encourage and promote all entrepreneurs engaged in exports of garments and apparels, This was stated by Mr. Bilal Mulla, Chairman Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association while commenting on news about probable government decision of continuation of R&D support but linked with the volume of exports.

Mr. Bilal said that world is concentrating on growth of Small & Medium Entrepreneurs sector and SMEs of will develop as large industries in future, at this point of time we need to take encouraging steps for the development of small entrepreneurs as large exporters and linkage of R&D support with volume of exports will deprive SMEs from it and develop distance between large entrepreneur and SMEs.

Mr. Bilal Mulla said that the government should not make a plan for creating discrimination and one rate should be fixed for one sector and this non discriminatory decision will provide level playing field and opportunity for growth to all exporters.

Mr. Bilal Mulla expressed his hope that Government will not make such discriminating decision and will provide level playing field and will take encouraging steps to include large number of small entrepreneurs in race of growth.

Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association

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