India to export 263,000 cotton bales to Pakistan

India informed Pakistan that it will export 263,000 bales of cotton to Pakistan after revalidation of cotton contracts.


Ppi May 29, 2010

The trade minister Delhi informed Federal Advisor on Textile Dr Mirza Ikhtiar Baig on Saturday that India has started issuing licence to allow export of cotton to Pakistan.

After revalidation of cotton contracts, India will export 263,000 cotton bales that were purchased by Pakistani companies.

Dr Baig requested the Indian commerce secretary and the trade minister Delhi to expedite the shipment of Indian cotton against Pakistani orders and was also pursuing this matter with the Indian and Pakistani High Commissioners to get the cotton in Pakistan before arrival of the new corps in to ease the shortage of cotton to the textile Industry.

COMMENTS (3)

Zeeshan | 10 years ago | Reply Great! Thank you India. Our textile/apparel industry will once again become competent internationally.
Nabeel | 10 years ago | Reply This is a positive move by India. We hope Pakistan reciprocates by handing over terrorists.
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