Peshawar: Government shares incentives plan for marble, poultry, other industries

Peshawar Government shares incentives plan for marble, poultry, other industries-01

Peshawar: According to a recent news report, the federal government has announced that it will registry persons interested in participating in the marble industry, as well as assist them in selling their goods and provide them with annual allowances.

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Furthermore, the executive plans to split the precious stone and jewellery industries, as well as provide laboratories for testing and certification. Other proposals include tax cuts for the poultry sector, the reopening of pink salt mines, a fee cut for tech firms, and the establishment of a joint forum with Afghanistan to encourage medical tourism.

The government aims to remove import customs duties on feed and rebate taxes on local production, bases, poultry and chicken exports, and consumption to support the poultry industry. Unique labs will also be set up to enhance seed quality for fruit and vegetable production.

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Similarly, the Fisheries Department has been told to ban fishing during the breeding season into effect right away. The government has also ordered the concerned officials to draught a standard meat production plan.

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