Ministry of Textile Industry

The textile sector in Pakistan has an overwhelming impact on the economy, contributing 57% to the country’s exports. In today’s highly competitive global environment, the textile sector needs to upgrade its supply chain, improve productivity, and maximize value-addition to be able to survive. The objectives of the Textile Industry Division are to formulate strategies and programme to enable the textile sector to meet these challenges and attain global competitive. Textile  Policy (2009-14) ......

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Applications are invited,on the prescribed form, from suitable candidates for appointment to the following posts of a PSDP Funded Project titled “Strengthening of Research, Development & Advisory Cell” of Ministry of Textile Industry purely on contract basis on lump sum pay:- ..
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Textile Ministry will leave no stone unturned to facilitate foreign investment as it guarantees development and prosperity of a country. This was stated by Minister for Textile Industry Mr Abbas Khan Afridi in a meeting with a Chinese company CGGC ( China Gezhouba Group Corporation)...
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The Ministry of Textile held a consultative meeting to take suggestions from the industry on forthcoming Textiles Policy 2014-19...
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US Deputy Counselor for Economic Affairs Susan McFee called on the Federal Minister for Textile Industry Mr Abbas Khan Afridi. Implementation of international labour standards in Pakistan was discussed in detail. ..
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May 08, 2014, Ministry of Textile Industry signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Sciences, to establish a Cotton Research Station at Lasbela. Dr. Khalid Abdullah, Cotton Commissioner/ Vice President, Pakistan Central Cotton Committee and Dr. Dost Mohammad, Vice Chancellor of the University, signed this Memorandum in the presence of senior officers of PCCC and LUAWMS...
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