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Pakistan"s cotton and textile economy

intersectoral linkages and effects on rural and urban poverty

by Caesar B. Cororaton

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Published by International Food Policy Research Institute in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Textile industry -- Pakistan,
  • Cotton trade -- Pakistan,
  • Poverty -- Pakistan,
  • Pakistan -- Economic conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementCaesar B. Cororaton and David Orden.
    SeriesIFPRI research report -- 158, Research report (International Food Policy Research Institute) -- 158.
    ContributionsOrden, David., International Food Policy Research Institute.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9866.P32 C67 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22513653M
    ISBN 109780896291676
    LC Control Number2008036765
    OCLC/WorldCa245597254

    Pakistan emerged as the major exporter of the cotton and cotton yarn, Pakistan export the 30% of textile cotton yarn and 8% cotton fabric to the world. Pakistan total textile export is $ billion in which account the % share in the world textile export. Pakistan has emerged as one of the major cotton textile product suppliers in the world market with a share of world yarn trade of about 30 percent and cotton fabric about percent, having total export of $ billion, which accounts for only percent of the overall share.

      Structure of Pakistan's economy: Cotton textile production and apparel manufacturing are Pakistan's largest industries, accounting for about 66% of the merchandise exports and almost 40% of the employed labour force. Other major industries include cement, fertilizer, edible oil, sugar, steel, tobacco, chemicals, machinery, and food. Pakistan Country Report 5 Among akistan’s major industries are the sugar industry, the food processing industry, and the textile industry including cotton production, textile production and garment production Garment and textile industry: arments and textiles make up 60% of the country’s exports Garment exports constitute 8% of File Size: 1MB.

    Pakistan: Economy; Economic indicators for Pakistan Pakistan's GDP expected to grow by % in and % in – ADO Pakistan's inflation rates forecasted at % in and % in – ADO Per capita GDP growth for Pakistan is expected at . The Role of Cotton in Pakistan Pakistan is the fifth largest producer of cotton in the world, the third largest exporter of raw cotton, the fourth largest consumer of cotton, and the largest exporter of cotton yarn. million farmers (out of a total of 5 million) cultivate cotton over 3 million hectares, covering 15 per cent of the cultivable area in the country.


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Pakistan"s cotton and textile economy by Caesar B. Cororaton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cotton is purely a cellulose fibre crop, one of the four major crops in the country, and is known by popular epithets as "King cotton" and "white gold". It forms the primary input for the textile industry of Pakistan. Cotton is integral to Pakistan's economy. Description: In our last table which is about improvement of textile % People says that Govt should reduce the taxes, % says that Govt is not providing gas 24 hours, % says Govt is not providing electricity on low rates, %says Bank provide loan on high rate of return, %says environment of Pakistan is suitable for agriculture, %says Pakistan should export cotton in raw.

The Role Pakistans cotton and textile economy book Cotton in Pakistan Maam Octo Pakistan is the fifth largest producer of cotton in the world, the third largest exporter of raw cotton, the fourth largest consumer of cotton, and the largest exporter of cotton yarn.

million farmers (out of a total of 5 million) cultivate cotton over 3 million. Get this from a library. Pakistan's cotton and textile economy: intersectoral linkages and effects on rural and urban poverty. [Caesar B Cororaton; David Orden; International Food Policy Research Institute.].

Factsheet Pakistan 1 Lina Stotz Facts on Pakistan’s Garment Industry Key statistics: Population (): approximatelypeople making it the sixth most populous country.1 Employment in garment industry (): about 15 million people;2 38% of the manufacturing labour force works in the garment industry3 and about 20% work in the textile industry (in mills and such)4.

This book is the main text for post-graduate courses on South Asia's development, economic history and on its political economy. For researchers on Pakistan's economy, it is the key source for reference, and covers a huge and diverse array of data, literature reviews, commentary and analysis.

CHAPTER 1The study investigated the effects of textile industry on the growth of economy of Pakistan before and after establishment of world trade organization, The aim of the study was to gain insight about the effects of textile industry on the growth of Pakistan’s reason for selecting the topic “The effects of textile industry on the growth of economy of Pakistan.

USAID has recently anticipated increase in consumption of cotton at textile industries in Pakistan. We will use at least 15 million bales this year (FY20),” Aptma former chairman said.

Published. The textile sector is the back bone of the Pakistans Economy. It is the largest industry in the country. Pakistan currently ranks fourth among world cotton producers and third among world cotton consumers. The textile industry is one of the corner stones of her economy with Pakistan being ranked the 12th exporting country of textile products.

Furthermore, Pakistan had taken far-reaching steps to ensure the textile industry keeps growing in leaps and bounds. The Segment of textile in Pakistan has a giant impact on the business economy and over all contributing 57% to the country exports as per Government of Pakistan Ministry of Textile Industry.

In Recent years Cotton yarn textiles and Apparel cloth garment were the main focus of the cloth industry, because of the vast amount of agro cotton yarn. According to the ten-year plan, byXinjiang will build China’s largest cotton textile production base and the largest garment export processing base.

ByXinjiang will become the largest cotton textile industry base of China and the most. The Pakistan textile industry contributes more than 60 percent (US $ billion) to thecountry’s total exports. However, currently thisindustry is facing great decline in itsgrowth rate. Data source: Pakistan Bureau of Statistics.

To maintain the supply of cotton to the textile industry, imports of raw cotton increased totonnes, a growth of over pc compared to the same. Many of Pakistan’s exporters are in particularly price-sensitive sectors, such as cotton. A cheaper currency could help them become competitive again.

Thanks in part to weak exports, Pakistan has been running a worryingly high current account deficit -– 4 percent of GDP in the last financial year, which in Pakistan ends in June. The Textile trystry in Pakistan is the largest manufacturing industry in Pakistan.

Pakistan is the 8th largest exporter of textile commodities in e sector contributes % to the GDP of Pakistan. In addition, the sector employs about 45% of the total labor force in. in cotton minus percent).

It is noteworthy that the negative growth rate in agriculture was primarily due to a decline in the yield per acre of major crops such as wheat, cotton and rice.

4 See World Bank Report No. – Pak: Pakistan: A strategy for Sustainable Agricultural Growth, November, File Size: 57KB. TEXTILE INDUSTRY OF PAKISTAN Textile is a term that comes from “texture” which is a Latin word that means “to weave”.

A cloth is manufactured by weaving or knitting forms a fabric. The textile industry is often considered a backbone of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s economy.

Pakistan’s textile Industry is the fourth Largest Cotton Producer, sixth largest importer of raw cotton. IMPORTANCE OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY INECONOMIC SECTOR• Pakistan’s economy relies heavily on its cottonand textile sectors.• The cotton-processing and textile industriesmake up almost half of the country’smanufacturing base, while cotton is Pakistan’sprincipal industrial crop, supplying criticalincome to rural households.

COTTON TEXTILE The economy of Pakistan is highly dependent on its cotton and textile sectors, which face significant challenges and opportunities in an environment of fluctuating world prices, macroeconomic instability, and changes in the global trade regime for textiles and apparel.

The industrial sector of the country contributes to 20 percent of GDP. In it recorded a growth of % as compared to the growth of % last year Pakistan is facing a financial crisis since its independence in There are many reasons but political crisis has always been a major one.

Currently, we [ ]. Pakistan is the 8th largest exporter of textile products in Asia. This sector contributes % to the GDP and provides employment to about 15 million people or roughly 30% of the 49 million.Pakistan’s textile industry is a major contributor to the national economy in terms of exports and employment.

Pakistan holds the distinction of being the world’s 4th largest producer of cotton as well as the 3rd largest consumer in the world. Textile sector is considered as the backbone of the economy. On the other hand, it isFile Size: KB.