By admin       2017-10-12

12 Oct '17 - The restructuring committee of the Pakistan Central Cotton Committee (PCCC) met for the first time recently to discuss its restructuring plan to improve performance. The meeting, chaired by National Assembly member Chaudhry Asad-ur-Rahman, discussed ginning, fibre improvement and research aspects to produce quality products to attract international buyers. The committee took stock of crop varieties and technologies for better and more yield. It was appraised of the development of new areas and situation of existing crop and outreach activities, a Pakistani news agency quoted cotton commissioner Khalid Abdullah as saying. The restructuring committee comprises four members of the National Assembly, ministry of textile industry secretary and two members of the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA), he said. The committee felt the need for technology transfer to private firms by activating the applied research departments in government sector and enhancing outreach of services departments for marketing, he added.

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