Textile Policy 2020-25 PM approves textile export target of $28 billion in five years in Principal
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History, Who Made First Time Textile Policy:

The first and the origin of the Indian Textiles is thought to be the Indus Valley Civilization. It is situated in modern Pakistan where people used plain cotton to wave garments. Pakistan Textile is the biggest exporter of clothing in the world. Pakistan is the 4th largest number of cotton and export to other countries[1].

Pakistan's Textile Markets In Europe And America Collapsed
Pakistan’s Textile Markets In Europe And America Collapsed

Significance of Pakistani Industry:

During the 1950s, material assembling arose as a focal piece of Pakistan’s industrialization, in a matter of seconds keeping autonomy from the British principle in South Asia. In 1974, the Pakistan government set up the Cotton Export Corporation of Pakistan (CEC).

The CEC filled in as a interference to private makers from partaking in worldwide exchange. Be that as it may, in the last part of the 1980s, the job of the CEC lessened and by 1988-89, private producers had the option to purchase cotton from ginners and sell in both homegrown and unfamiliar business sectors. Somewhere in the range of 1947 and 2000, the number of material plants in Pakistan expanded from 3 to 600. In a similar time-span, shafts expanded from 177,000 to 805 million[2].

Textile Industries in Pakistan and Different Materials:

423 textile industries are working in the country. Pakistan has a supply base for almost all man-made and normal yarns and textures, including cotton, rayon, and others. This abundance of raw material is a major preferred position for Pakistan because of its valuable effect on expense and operational lead time[2].

Value-added textile industry rejects frequent increase in energy rates
Value-added textile industry rejects frequent increase in energy rates

Textile Sector of Pakistan After the Independence:

The Textile Sector of Pakistan is the substance of this country since Independence. It is the biggest Manufacturing Industry in Pakistan (Considered as Back Bone of the nation). Fare of $3.5 billion (6.5% of absolute traded cotton in the world) in 2017-2018. Pakistan is the eighth biggest exporter of material products in Asia. Commitment in the economy is equivalent to approx. 8.5%of all out GDP. The material Sector utilizes about 45% of the all-out Labor power in the nation. In the year 2017-18 Exports of the material area developed by $4.4 billion. Pakistan is additionally the third-biggest customer of Cotton in the World[2].

Total Factories in Pakistan and the Limitation:

Absolute Textile factories are 464 in Pakistan out of which 5% are on the PSX. Textile has a complete handling limit of 5.2 billion square meters. Worldwide brands working in Pakistan with nearby material plants are particular; H&M, Levis, Nike, Adidas, Puma, Target, and so on Material organizations are amassed in Karachi with a portion of 38% and 18% in Faisalabad. Out of 464, 316 material units in Punjab, 116 in Sindh. Significant Players in this industry are Chenab Ltd, Al-Karam Textile Pvt Ltd, Chawala Enterprises, Fateh Textile Mills, Gul Ahmad Textile Mills Ltd, Hussein Industries Ltd, Kohinoor Textile Mills Ltd, Nishat Linen Group[2].

Five-year textile policy Facilities worth Rs950 billion proposed
Five-year textile policy Facilities worth Rs950 billion proposed

Pakistani Exporters in the World:

Pakistan’s exports are under danger chiefly from provincial contenders because the administrations of these nations uphold their material industry a great deal when contrasted with Pakistan’s administration. Rs.185 million has been endorsed in Pakistan for the Export Development Fund for the advancement of the material sector. The material industry gives 40% of the bank credit in Pakistan[2].

The New Government Textile Policy 2020-25:

The Government Textile Policy 2020-25 has received appreciation from the All-Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA). It is to approve that the new strategy makes it one of the new occasions when APTMA seems satisfied with the incentives given and cooperation promised by the government. Indeed, the 2020-25 policy sounds like a progressive and innovative one for the textile sector. Given the vitality of the textile industry for the economy. The new guidelines will support export-led growth[1].

What will Got Textile Owners:

The new textile policy is indeed a genuine show of the developmental model where the start enables a select industry to put the overall country on the path of economic stability. From the reduction in tariffs to the establishment of the brand Development Fund (BDF) to the Long-Term Financing Facility (LTFF) and Export Financing Scheme (EFS). The government has taken every possible step for the revival of the textile industry[1].

Pakistan apparel sector seeks government support
Pakistan apparel sector seeks government support

Role of the Textile Players:

Now, it is the role of the textile players to play their role. The mill owners and textile product manufacturers must broaden the range of the garment and made-ups. The manufacturers should make special efforts to widen the production base to include value-added products. hopefully, the material area will abuse the offered motivating forces to assist the public authority with accomplishing a definitive point of creation augmentation, work creation and the acknowledgment of fare drove development[1].


The conclusion is that Pakistan and the industries of the Textiles are developing. The new policy contains subsidies and lower tax rates for the smaller industries and also for the bigger industries. The 2020-25 policy replacing the previous 2014-19 which is laden with the recommendations and 4tier strategy to got the export target of $25.3 billion by 2025. We believe that Pakistan will grow and the loan will soon be ended.

2 lac people to get employment by Textile sector revival in Pakistan


1.            7th January 2020; Available from: Nation.

2.            7th January 2020; Available from: Wikipedia.

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