ISLAMABAD: Minister for Planning, Improvement and Particular Initiative Asad Umar on Monday stated the federal government was contemplating to take away the Fuel Infrastructure Improvement Cess (GIDC) for the longer term to carry down the fertilizer costs.
He was talking in a gathering with representatives of the fertilizer business to debate issues associated to the fertilizer provides and pricing.
The assembly thought of varied methods and means to make sure adequate provides of the commodities whereas making the costs of the fertilizer inexpensive for the farmers.
“It appears that evidently direct subsidy to the farmers could be cheaper for the federal government and extra helpful to the farmers,” he added.
Asad Umar stated that the federal government believes within the deregulation of assorted sectors of the economic system. On this regard, he additionally solicited proposals from the representatives of the fertilizer business for deregulation of the fertilizer sector.
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The representatives of the fertilizer business briefed the ministers on the capability and potential of their items and the problems confronted by them.
Minister for Nationwide Meals Safety and Analysis Khusro Bakhtiar, Adviser for Commerce, Textile, Trade and Manufacturing and Funding Abdul Razak Dawood and SAPM on Petroleum Nadeem Babar had been additionally current through the assembly.