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FAP concerned over ban on yarn exports
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May '10
Farmers Associates Pakistan (FAP) requested the Federal Ministry of Textile to communicate with the farmer's organizations before imposing any restriction on yarn exports.

FAP during a meet it had convened recently, discussed about concerns of the cotton sowing farmers and the difficulties that are likely to come up in the future regarding cotton sowing areas, informed Tariq Buch, FAP Chief Coordinator.

The federal government's intervention in the restriction of exports of yarn would result into price fall of phutti, which will come up in the month of August. This will affect the cotton grower's interest and economy. So, the meeting stated that, the ban on the export of cotton yarn would impact adversely as there is no restriction for cotton lint import.

The association also expressed concern over the insufficient supply of irrigation water to Southern Punjab as cotton production would get affected due to the unavailability of adequate water.

Pertaining to this, FAP demanded, proper and guaranteed water supply particularly from 'Chashma Jehlum Link Canal', to the Punjab government as this canal is the major source of water for cotton producing areas of South Punjab during the month of May, which is the prime time for sowing cotton.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk - India


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