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Rice

Industry In
Pakistan

Aown Rizvi
Szent István Egyetem ÉTK, Budapest
Hungary

In The Slides
Introduction
Pakistan’s Exports Profile
 Performance
 Major Exports
 Major Exports- Destinations
Rice Sector
 Varieties Of Rice
 Contribution of Provinces
 Production
 Rice Consumption
 Export Composition and Destination
 SWOT Analysis
 Problem
 Suggested Strategy
CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor)
Conclusion

Introduction  Pakistan has done fairly well economically since her independence (1947) more than six decades ago.  “Pakistan has made great progress in restoring macroeconomic stability but much more needs to be done to put Pakistan on a solid.  Pakistan continues its modest growth recovery. economic growth footing.  Pakistan's principal natural resources are arable land and water. About 25% of Pakistan's agriculture accounts for about 21% of GDP and employs about 43% of the labor force. “Growth rate in 2017 is expected to rise to 4. World Bank Country Director for Pakistan.” said Illango Patchamuthu. .8 percent” the World Bank says.

Pakistan’s Exports Profile .

Pakistan’s Exports Performance 35 Exports (Billion US $ ) 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 (Projected) .

Pakistan’s Major Exports Cotton. Fruit and Fish Rice Leather and Leather Products Sports Goods Surgical Instruments . Textile and Clothing Wheat Vegetable.

paddy 11th Sugarcane 5th Tangerines 9th Wheat 8rd . of the Food and Agriculture Buffalo Milk 2nd Organisation of The United Nations. dry 4th Oranges 11th Rice. Chickpea 3rd Cotton.According to FAOSTAT Pakistan is one of the world's largest producers of the following commodities Name Global rank according to FAOSTAT. lint 4th given here with the 2008 ranking Cotton. Seed 3rd Dates 5th Mango 6th Onion. the statistical Apricot 3rd arm .

Destinations Percent .Pakistan’s Major Exports.

cotton.Rice Sector  Pakistan is the 4th largest producer of rice following China.  Rice export earns about 13% of the country’s foreign exchange making it the second most important source of foreign exchange  Rice is cultivated over 10% of total cropped area of Islamic republic of Pakistan. . India. and Indonesia  Rice is the major export product of Pakistan following wheat.

known for its flavour and quality.6% in total GDP. It is contributing approximately 6.5 million tonnes.  It produces an average of 6 million tonnes and together with the rest of the South Asia. the country is responsible for supplying 30% of the world's paddy rice output.7 % in value addition of agriculture and the contribution of rice in GDP is about 1. up 13 percent from the same period in 2015 .  Among the most famous varieties grown in Pakistan include the Basmati.4 million tonnes. Pakistan is a major producer of this variety. Cumulative rice deliveries in the first seven months of 2016 are officially put at 2.3-1.  FAO anticipates that rice exports by Pakistan in 2016 will exceed the 2015 level by 7 percent and reach 4.

Varieties Of Rice Super Kernel Basmati1 Super Kernal Parboiled2 1121 BASMATI RICE 1121 Par Boiled (Sella) PK-386 Fragrant Rice PK-386 Par Bolied (Sella) IRRI-9 White Long Grain IRRI-9 Par Boiled (Sella) IRRI-6 Long Grain White IRRI-6 Par Boiled(Sella) .

Origin: Sindh Punjab Color: Golden Yellow Golden Yellow White http://reap.asp .pk/download/index.com.

Contribution of Provinces In Rice Production Percentage Most of these crops are grown in KPK Balochistan 9% the fertile Sindh and Punjab region 12% Punjab with millions of farmers relying on Sindh 53% rice cultivation as their major 26% source of employment. Punjab Sindh Balochistan KPK .

Production Rice Production (Tonnes) 12000000 10000000 8000000 6000000 4000000 2000000 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 .

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000 next year.  In 2013-14.  According to data compiled by the exporters.300 per ton in the international market.8 Billion metric tons and the export of the rice around 3. the price of Pakistani basmati rice stood at $1.84 billion was exported in 2014-15 against shipments worth $1. but it dropped to $1. . rice valuing $1.2 Billion Metric tons and total production of the rice in Pakistan around 6 Billion Metric tons.Rice Consumption  Rice consumption of all over the Pakistan is 2.89 billion in the previous year.

Export Composition .

media.edu/en/visualize/tree_map/hs92/export/pak/show/1006/2014/ .mit. Export Destination http://atlas.

SWOT Analysis .

 Enhancing the trade by providing  Law and order/security situation excellent quality of products with discouraging the importers to visit acceptable standards. production.  Lack of R&D culture and facilities in  Strong labor force for processing and industrial sector. climate and irrigation up to 30%.Strengths Weaknesses  Strong comparative advantage due to  Post-harvest losses are high in Pakistan soil endowment. low prices of selected goods demand. . network. restricting the demand. Opportunities Threats  Increasing world population and  Pakistan’s image as an exporter of low growing global prosperity fueling the quality. Pakistan or participate in our trade exhibitions. and services.

Problem How to increase the foreign exchange earnings of Pakistan by increasing the volume and range of exporting high quality goods and services in the face of increasing competition in a rapidly globalizing world? .

Strategy  Increasing Exportable Surplus  Capacity Utilization  Capacity Expansion  Productivity Growth  Enforcing Quality Control  Encouraging Private Public Partnership  Reducing Transaction Costs  Attracting Foreign Investment .

CPEC .

and add 2% .2.000 direct jobs between 2015–2030.com/watch?v=KZ5K_rF4AxE . aimed to facilitate trade along an overland route that connects Kashgar and Gwadar through construction of network of highways. railways. and pipelines worth nearly $51 billion.  Officials predict that the project will result in the creation of upwards of 700.  The value of those projects would be equal to all foreign direct investment in Pakistan since 1970 and would be equivalent to 17% of Pakistan's 2015 gross domestic product.youtube. The China–Pakistan Economic Corridor inaugurated at 6 Nov 2016. https://www.5% points to the country's annual economic growth.

making concerted efforts to enhance our exports. finding new markets and encouraging value addition to our exportable items. . which should be needed to be develop further more.Conclusion  Massive strides made by Pakistan in the field of Agriculture development during six decades of existence.  Pakistan also need to rationalize her economic policies.  Pakistan will have to expand her production base. diversify it on need basis and craft an aggressive long term export strategy.

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