Pakistan Textile Council

Why don’t businesses flourish in Pakistan?

Why don’t businesses flourish in Pakistan? admin October 31, 2023 Blog https://ptc.org.pk/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/WhatsApp-Video-2023-10-30-at-17.18.30_03a9ede2.mp4 “The way we are regulated even Bill Gates cannot become a CEO in Pakistan”, the Chairman, Pakistan Textile Council, PTC, Mr. Shahzad Saleem, said during a panel discussion at the Econ Fest, on October 29. He pinpointed that businesses cannot flourish if the […]

2024 TEXTILE AND FABRICS TRENDS IN PAKISTAN

2024 TEXTILE AND FABRICS TRENDS IN PAKISTAN admin September 19, 2023 Blog Pakistan has become a vibrant hub for textile and fabric trends in the ever-evolving world of fashion and design. Pakistan is positioned to greatly impact the world’s textile market this year due to its long heritage of craftsmanship and thriving fashion industry. The […]

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in the Textile Industry

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in the Textile Industry admin August 11, 2023 Blog Understanding the Environmental Footprint of the Textile Industry The textile industry stands as a significant contributor to global economic growth, providing not only employment opportunities but also garments and fabrics on a worldwide scale. However, its operations consume an excessive number of […]

Pakistan Textile Industry: Looking at solar power as an alternative power solution

Pakistan Textile Industry: Looking at solar power as an alternative power solution admin July 25, 2023 Blog The textile industry is the backbone of Pakistan’s economy, contributing substantially to its GDP and employing millions of individuals. However, the industry has faced numerous obstacles in recent years, such as rising energy costs and environmental issues. Pakistan’s […]

SBP’s TERF: PTC says putting some ‘facts’ on record

SBP’s TERF: PTC says putting some ‘facts’ on record admin July 10, 2023 News KARACHI: In view of the recent news about the SBP’s now discontinued Temporary Economic Refinance Facility (TERF), Pakistan Textile Council believes it is pertinent to put some facts on record. The SBP had launched TERF as part of the Covid package […]

Pakistan’s Readymade Garments Sector: Challenges and Opportunities

Pakistan’s Readymade Garments Sector: Challenges and Opportunities admin July 5, 2023 Blog Introduction: The readymade garments sector in Pakistan is an essential contributor to the country’s economy, making significant contributions to GDP, employment, and exports. However, it must overcome several obstacles to realize its full growth potential. This article on a blog discusses the challenges […]

NCC — Get the ball rolling

NCC — Get the ball rolling admin June 22, 2023 News Textile is the mainstay of Pakistan exports, about 60% of the total in 2021-22. Pakistan’s share in global textile trade, however, has been declining. In order to protect and enhance it, apart from correcting macro factors, Pakistan needs to appreciate the importance of ensuring […]

Value Chain in Textile Industry of Pakistan

Potential of MMF & Cotton in Textile Industry of Pakistan

Value Chain in Textile Industry of Pakistan admin June 13, 2023 Blog Pakistan’s textile industry has developed into a thriving and dynamic sector essential to economic growth. Pakistan has established itself as a world leader in the production of textiles thanks to its long history and robust value chain. This article examines Pakistan’s complex textile […]

Pakistan’s Textile Exports

Pakistan’s Textile Exports admin June 2, 2023 Blog The textile industry of Pakistan is one of the world’s most famous and developed industries. It plays a crucial role in the economy of the country. It comprises about 8.5% of the GDP of Pakistan. The textile industry of Pakistan is the 8th largest exporter in Asia. […]

Is textile a rent-seeking industry?

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Is textile a rent-seeking industry? admin May 30, 2023 News KARACHI: Speakers at an hour-long panel discussion on the question of “Is textile a rent-seeking industry?” on Saturday could’ve simply said “no” and wrapped up the programme within a minute. But the like-minded panellists, including the owners of the two of the largest textile mills, […]