Pakistan is agriculture based economy.
ISLAMABAD, October 29, 2009 (Frontier Star): Agriculture sector should be prioritized to boost the economy of Pakistan Pakistan, a rapidly developing nation, although still a substantially impoverished and underdeveloped country, has suffered from decades of internal political disputes, low levels of foreign investment, and a costly, ongoing confrontation with neighboring India. ", said Sardar Sardar, in some senses also Sirdar (Persian: سردار ) (Sardār Aseff Ahmad Ali, Deputy Chairman Planning Commission. He was co-chairing with Ms.Hina Rabbani Khar, Minister of State for Finance & Economic Affairs Division, the third Steering Committee meeting of National Trade Corridor Strategy Study (NTCSS NTCSS Naval Tactical Command Support System
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decomposition; said of meat, milk, animal feeds especially ensilage. of the crop. Floriculture floriculture
Branch of ornamental horticulture concerned with growing and marketing flowers and ornamental plants, as well as with flower arrangement. Because flowers and potted plants are largely produced in plant-growing structures in temperate climates, floriculture is is an important field of horticulture sector and has enormous potential in producing the high quality products like tulips, having international demand also. High quality local expertise available in Pakistan that can be utilized to expand the domestic market, which will help in employment generation, said the Deputy Chairman. Ms Hina Rabbani Khar, MoS EAD EAD Ensino A Distancia (Brazil)
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