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November 3, 2012

Pakistan may export essential commodities to Iran

MUSHTAQ GHUMMAN November 03, 2012: Pakistan is likely to import products not produced in Iran and export them to Iran which is facing essential commodities'' crunch due to imposition of international sanctions, well-informed sources told Business Recorder. Both countries agreed to this proposal during two-day talks held in Islamabad. The Iranian side was represented by Deputy Minister for Industries, Mines and Commerce, Abbas Gobadi, whereas Pakistan team was led by acting…

Fertiliser plant investments: MoP proposes using GIDC for expanding gas infrastructure

November 03, 2012: The Ministry of Petroleum has reportedly proposed to the government to adjust investments by fertilizer plants for the development of transmission infrastructure against Gas Infrastructure Development Cess (GIDC) from the fertilizer industry. Sources in the Ministry told Business Recorder that the proposal, subject to verification/audit by any of the four major chartered accountancy firms, had been made under its long-term plan for gas supply to the fertilizer sector.…

KBP executive committee’s emergent meeting on November 4

November 03, 2012: Kisan Board Pakistan (KBP) has convened an emergent meeting of its executive committee on November 4 (Sunday) to discuss the prevailing situation of agricultural sector and devising a strategy to launch a country-wide movement to press the government for resolving the issues faced by the growers. KBP Secretary Information Haji Muhammad Ramzan said here on Friday that the meeting would be participated by all the central vice presidents, provincial presidents and Punjab's…

Delmarva poultry industry escapes major damage

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) Nov 3, 2012: The Delmarva peninsula's poultry industry is up and running after emerging from Superstorm Sandy relatively unscathed. The Delaware Department of Agriculture said Thursday that there was no significant flooding or poultry house damage, and that chicken farmers are generally in good shape. Feed trucks are back on the road, and poultry processing plants resumed operations Wednesday. Bill Satterfield, executive director of Delmarva Poultry Industry Inc.,…

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