ONE-STEP BELOW SELF-SUFFICIENCY - REQUIRED GAS SUPPLY WILL BUMP UP FERTILISER PRODUCTION
Pakistan & Gulf Economist 2010, July 25, 29, 29
Pakistan & Gulf Economist
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Byline: TARIQ AHMED SAEEDI On the eve of Kharif season economic coordination committee had directed trading corporation of Pakistan to import 400,000 million metric tonnes of urea to reduce the supply gap created due to fertiliser shortage in the country. Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP), a stat-run entity, subsequently floated local as well as international tenders to seek purchaser and supplier of urea.
- Category: Economics
- Published: Jul 25, 2010
- Publisher: Asianet-Pakistan
- Seller: The Gale Group, Inc.
- Print Length: 4 Pages
- Language: English