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  • Over 38,000 tractors sold in July-April

    KARACHI: Sales of locally produced tractors remained brisk during the last 10 months rising to 38,356 units compared to 28,694 during the same period a year earlier...

    Sales of Massey Ferguson and Fiat tractors climbed to 23,426 and 14,152 units from 17,695 and 10,248, respectively...

  • Tenants torch landowners’ tractors to oppose eviction

    CHARSADDA: The tenants reportedly set on fire two tractors of the landowners and besieged their houses in Shamalai Hashtnagar to oppose their eviction by police and FC here on Monday...

    Sources said that enraged tenants set two tractors of landowners on fire and also besieged the house of Akram Jan and Hashim Jan...

  • Imported tractors rusting away

    LAYYAH: Imported tractors worth millions of rupees parked at the Water Management office in Karor have turned into scrap without being used for a single hour...

    The Water Management DG had purchased these tractors from China in 1995 to use them for farm water management...

  • Import of used tractors opposed

    KARACHI: Pakistan Association of Automotive Parts and Accessories Manufacturers Chairman Mumshad Ali has said that import of used tractors would hit local industry and result in unemployment, besides causing dent to the exchequer...

    Even Chinese tractors failed to capture local market because locally produced farm machines are the best, with cheap prices...

  • Drug prices in Pakistan among world’s lowest, claim manufacturers

    LAHORE: Joint efforts of the pharmaceutical industry and the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) to ensure availability of affordable, quality drugs in the country had improved access of patients to several critical drugs, including thyroxine and anti-TB drugs, the Pharma Bureau and the Pakistan Pharmaceutical Manufa-cturers Association (PPMA) said on Wednesday...

    “This means (that the additional burden of price hike) is over...

  • Textile manufacturers disappointed

    LAHORE: The large-scale textile manufacturers on Friday rejected the budget for fiscal year 2015-16 as disappointing, saying that it did not contain any measure to help them reduce their cost of doing business and become competitive in the global markets...

    Speaking at a news conference, All Pakistan Textile Manufacturers Association (Aptma) Chairman S...

  • Sports goods manufacturers demand incentive package, ‘football village’

    SIALKOT: Sports goods manufacturers and exporters on Friday demanded a special incentives package for the Sialkot-based industry, with special focus on setting up a ‘football village’ with training and development facilities...

    Meeting a group of journalists, leading manufacturers and exporters from the north-eastern city in Punjab said the sports goods industry is in dire need of government patronage...

  • Training centre for hunting, sporting arms manufacturers

    PESHAWAR: Pakistan Hunting and Sporting Arms Development Company (PHSADC) will establish a modern common facility training centre (CFTC) for upgrading of hunting and sporting arms manufacturing industry of Peshawar and Darra Adamkhel...

    This CFTC will be the first of its kind in the country’s history equipped with latest machinery and equipments keeping in view the needs of hunting and sporting arms manufacturing industry of...

  • ‘Food manufacturers, hotels ordered to use iodised salt’

    Senior officials said they had planned a campaign against food manufacturers, outlets and eateries not using the iodised salt...

    “We have given a month’s time to the food manufacturers, hotels and shop owners to process or use iodised salt otherwise legal action will be taken against them,” said Dr Aijaz...

  • Tobacco manufacturers lobby to scuttle govt’s decision

    ISLAMABAD: The tobacco manufacturers are lobbying to stop the implementation of the government decision to have pictorial warning on 85 per cent of cigarette packets...

    At a meeting held on Thursday evening, the tobacco growers, manufacturers and other stakeholders spent hours to convince Minister for National Health Services (NHS) Saira Afzal Tarar that the decision on the pictorial warning was not in the best interest of the...

  • Urea manufacturers seek extension in export deadline

    KARACHI: Fertiliser manufacturers have asked the government to extend the urea export deadline to December, which will help them dispose of their surplus production...

    The government allowed local manufacturers to export 300,000 tonnes of urea by the end of April...

  • Cheap imports worry local manufacturers

    ISLAMABAD: Local manufacturers on Thursday expressed concerns over cheap imports — mainly from China — rendering many Pakistani industries out of business while anti-dumping cases are not being processed as the National Tariff Commission (NTC) has been non-functional since 2009...

    A meeting of local manufacturers – held under the aegis of Organisation for Advancement and Safeguard of Industrial Sector (Oasis) – belonging to various...

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