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November 2011

MFN status to India: FAP threatens to block agriculture products’ import

November 01, 2011: Farmers Associates Pakistan (FAP) has warned that if the decision to grant Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India is implemented without taking farmers' bodies on board, growers will be compelled to physically block imports of agri-products from India to safeguard the interest of Pakistani farming community. This warning was issued at a especially convened meeting presided by Hussain Jahania Gardezi, Vice Chairman FAP, where all the FAP directors showed serious concern…

International Agriculture Conference commences today

November 01, 2011: Farmers Associates Pakistan (FAP) has arranged a two-day International Agricultural Conference from Tuesday at a local hotel. Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif would preside over the inaugural session whereas Speaker Punjab Assembly Rana Iqbal will be the chief guest. Talking to newsmen on Monday, Dr Tariq Bucha, President FAP said that Federal Production Minister Anwar Cheema would be chief guest during the technical session and Punjab Minister for Agriculture…

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