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BRING WHOLE THE VALUE ADDITION SECTOR OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN PAKISTAN UNDER DOCUMENTED SYESTEM OF ECONOMY
 
 
FAISALABAD. Whole the sector of textile cloth manufacturing from cotton ginning, spinning, weaving, finishing, to printing, should be brought under complete documented accounting system to reduce the unpleasantness between tax collectors and manufacturers. One of the most serious challenges that need to be tackled in the forthcoming budget is the growing undocumented, or informal, sector of the economy, these views were expressed by Dr. Babar Jamal Director Institute of Business Studies in a press statement.

He said Faisalabad which is the big hub of textile product exports require friendly relationship with tax machinery to attain global price competitiveness. He said it is a matter of deep consideration that some pressure groups through the influence of media and threats for strikes, dharnas, bringing bad repute in the international markets about the weaknesses of our productivity affairs. He added only the documented accounting system is the solution of all problems.
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Seminar on women Participation in garments exports arranged by “Skills for All, and organization working under the umbrella of Hakeem Dawoodi Human Empowerment Center
Economic development efforts to combat poverty can only succeed if women are part of the solution and economically empowered, they raise healthier, better educated families. Countries those are more economically prosperous where women work force is strong this was expressed by Prof. Dr. Abdul Jabbar Apparel Technologist while addressing a seminar on Women participation in garment exports arranged by Skills for all.

He said that Bangladesh produces no cotton, allows duty-free import of all kind of raw material, which has pushed its value-added textile exports to $26 billion, while Pakistan has yet not been able to cross 2 billion and this figure is a sign of deep thinking for our economic planners to design their policies on ground root level findings not advisory from foreign consultants. He added if on broad level women could be a big part of our garments sector we can boost our exports at large.
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