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Tuesday, April 23 2019

Engro Foods opens its doors to Punjab parliamentarians
SAHIWAL : Engro Foods believes in winning trust through transparency and they opened the doors of their Sahiwal Plant and their supplier dairy farm in Sahiwal to the parliamentarians of Punjab Assembly. The delegation of parliamentarians who visited Engro Foods were Sadia Sohail Rana, Rafya Kamal, Nabila Hakim Ali from PTI, Rahila Khadim Hussain & Shameela Aslam from PML(N), Faiza Malik from PPP and Syed Hamid Falki, Director Parliamentary Affairs -Punjab Youth Council. The purpose of this visit was to win trust through transparency by showing the entire process from grass to glass. The parliamentarians were introduced to the entire process that ensure a smooth running of Engro Foods operations. The delegation was briefed and familiarized to the milk procurement channels employed by EFL and their efforts to revolutionize the dairy sector of Pakistan by empowering the farmers with best dairy farming practices. During the field visit, the parliamentarians experienced first-hand the ways and practices employed at Engro Foods supply value chain. From visiting commercial dairy farm to milk collection center and processing plant the entire process was regarded very informative as the parliamentarians showed deep interest.
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Thursday, April 04 2019

ECC approves immediate import of 100,000 tonnes of urea
ISLAMABAD - The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the Cabinet on Wednesday approved immediate import of 100,000 tonnes of urea in order to facilitate the farmers. Finance Minister Asad Umar chaired a meeting of the ECC. The Industries and Production Division briefed the Committee about the availability of urea in the country. In order to facilitate the farmers and meet their urea’s demand, the Committee approved immediate import of 100,000 tonnes of urea. Besides, it decided to allow additional import of Urea in the event of any demand-supply gap. The ECC directed the Ministry of Industries and Production to review the price mechanism of fertilizer industry for ensuring provision of urea to farmers at cheaper rates. The Committee directed the relevant institution to check market manipulation activities in the fertilizer sector and use all the powers available under the law to penalize such behaviour. The Committee was apprised by the Industries Division about the status of NAB cases against seven persons involved in corruption in Pakistan Steel Mills. Interior Division informed the meeting that the name of seven persons had been recommended for placement on Exit Control List (ECL).
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Wednesday, March 27 2019

Urea prices rise
LAHORE: In contrast to government’s plans of providing relief to farmers, urea fertiliser prices have gone upwards thrice during the first eight months due to factors like gas price increase, withdrawal of subsidy, change in dollar-rupee parity, inflation and other related costs. According to manufacturers, the price of urea was Rs1,790 per bag in June 2016. In the 2016-17 budget, the government, with support from local fertiliser industry, reduced urea price by Rs390 and capped it at Rs1,400 per bag. The downward adjustment in price was made through reduction in General Sales Tax by Rs184, Rs156 subsidy, and voluntary contribution of Rs50 by the industry. However, in 2017-18 budget, the government reduced its subsidy contribution from Rs156 to Rs100 per bag, forcing the local industry to bear the additional burden of Rs56 per bag. In total, the industry’s contribution stood at Rs106 per bag.
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