Pak govt textile committee suggests making TCP operational
The Pakistan National Assembly Standing Committee on Textile Industry has given directions to the textiles ministry to make the Trade Cooperation of Pakistan (TCP) operational, to facilitate cotton growers. The committee also suggested increasing the strength of scientists at Central Cotton Research Institute, Multan to make research work more effective.
"The committee also recommended that incentives should be provided to stakeholders in the cotton industry, to enable further development of the sector," a press release of the National Assembly Secretariat stated.
It also suggested increasing education and awareness among cotton growers through electronic and print media to increase cotton output in the country. (AR)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India