Economics of Agriculture Industry in Pakistan Vol. 2


  1. “And now – seedless kinnos” by Muhammad Ibrahim, Dr. M. Saeed, in Dawn, dated 28-07-2003
  2. “Barriers Against Agricultural Exports from Pakistan: The Role of WTO Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement” by Dr. Khalid Mustafa
  3. “Barriers Against Agricultural Exports from Pakistan: The Role of WTO Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement”, Paper presented at the19th Annual General Meeting Meting and Conference of the Pakistan Society of Development Economist at Islamabad, Jan 13-15, 2004
  4. “Citrus development still a far cry” by Fatima Usman, Muhammad Usman, M. Mumtaz Khan, Muhammad Sarwar Khan, in Dawn, dated 14-03-2005
  5. “Citrus exports from Pakistan: potential and constraints” by Ch. M. Sharif, Dr. Bashir Ahmed, in The News, dated 23-08-2004
  6. “Citrus Fruit Crop in Punjab: Production Methods, Prices and Management Practices” , by Siraj-ul-Hassan, 2003 (
  7. “Citrus fruit crop in Punjab” by Siraj-ul-Hassan, in The News, dated 12-08-2002
  8. “Citrus in Sargodha”, Office of the Commissioner Minor Crops, Ministry of Food, Agriculture and cooperatives, Government of Pakistan, 2003
  9. “Citrus quality to meet global demand” by Dr Sardar Riaz A. Khan
  10. “Developing the fruit and vegetable processing industry” by Siraj-ul-Hassan, in The News, dated 27-09-2004
  11. “Direct and Indirect Marketing of Fruits, Vegetables” by Dr. Ali Muhammad Khushk, Aslam Memon, in Dawn, dated 03-11-2003
  12. “Fruits and Vegetables” by Mr. Shamoon Sadiq CEO PHDEB,Production and Export Potential, Pakistan Horticulture Development Board.
  13. “Fruits production and exports” by Siraj-ul-Hassan, in The News, dated 08-12-2003
  14. “General Agriculture”, by M. Akhtar Abbas, 3rd Edition
  15. “Improving Kinnow variety for export” by Dr. Iqrar A. Khan, in Dawn, dated 27-01-2003
  16. “Improving Marketing System of Citrus in Punjab Province”, by Q. Mohy-ud-din, Pakistan Agricultural Development Review, 1991
  17. “Key Note: Prospects of the Citrus Industry in Pakistan” by I.A. Khan in First International Seminar on Citriculture in Pakistan, Dec 2-5, 1992
  18. “Kinnow Export Development Strategy” , (Draft copy), 2nd Floor, Waheed Trade Center, 36-XX Khayaban-e-Iqbal, DHA, Lahore, Pakistan. (
  19. “Mangement of Citrus Orchards for Higher Productivity of Quality Produce” by Muhammad Zaman Awan, Director Horticulture AARI-Faisalabad, dated 01-02-2007
  20. “Marketing of Fruits and vegetables in Pakistan” by A. M. Khushk, Asian Productivity Organization, Tokyo, Japan, 2001
  21. “Need for training in Agri marketing” by Siraj-ul-Hassan, in Business Recorder, dated 30-10-2002
  22. “Need to streamline credit to agri-industry” by Siraj-ul-Hassan, in Business Recorder, dated 02-08-2004
  23. “Opportunities and constraints in the Production, Marketing and Export of Citrus in the Punjab” by Ch. M. Sharif, Faculty of Agricultural Economics and rural sociology, University of Agriculture Faisalabad, June 2004
  24. “Pest management of fruit gardens” by Dr. Muhammad Aslam, in Dawn, dated 11-05-1998
  25. “Preharvest Factors Affecting Postharvest Quality of Citrus” by Raheel Anwar, Lecturer Institute of Horticultural Sciences, University of Agriculture Faisalabad
  26. “Problems and Prospects of Export of Kinnow from Pakistan” by Q. Mohy-ud-din, M.S. Javed, M.A. Shakir, in the First International Seminar on Citriculture in Pakistan, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Dec 2-5, 1992
  27. “Role of Food Marketing Agencies” by Siraj-ul-Hassan, in Dawn, dated 28-05-2002
  28. “Searching new avenues to enhance citrus fruit export” by Razi Syed, in The Daily Times , dated 05-05-2007
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  30. Anouk Patel-Campillo, Jan Katz, Improving Labour and Environmental Standards in the Colombian Cut Flower Industry, Cornell University The Johnson School,,
  31. Citrus Marketing Strategy, Pakistan Horticulture Developement & Export Board May 2005
  32. Dr. Asopa V.N, Creating competitiveness in Indian Floriculture (2006),
  33. Dr. Panhwar Farzana, Various studies (May 2005), Publisher: GmbH,
  34. Dubai Flower Center,
  35. Dutch Flower Link,
  36. Economic Survey of Pakistan 2005-06,
  37. Elshof , Paul, The Dutch flower sector: Structure, trends and employment, International Labour Organization,,
  38. Fairbanks, Michael-Lindsay Stace, Plowing the Sea: Nurturing the Hidden Sources of Growth in the Developing World (1997)
  39. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry, Speeches, Web link:
  40. Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations,
  41. Hornberger Kusi, Kenya’s Cut-Flower Cluster (May 4 2007), HBS Institute of Strategy and Competitiveness,
  42. Horticultural Society of Pakistan,
  43. Horticulture Exports Potential/Targets, Pakistan Horticulture Development Board
  46. Imran Ali & Faisal Bari, Bhutto’s Social Democracy, Lahore University of Management Sciences, 1992
  47. Imran Ali & Syed Mohammad Ali, Seed Business in Pakistan, Lahore University of Management Sciences, 2004.
  48. India Pakistan Trade Unit,
  49. International Labor Rights Fund,
  50. International Labour Organization, The world cut flower industry: Trends and prospects,
  51. Jalbani M.E., 2002, ‘Dates the Chief of All Fruits’, Pakistan & Gulf Economist, Issue Dec.2-15
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  53. Jose, Mendez, The Development of the Colombian Cut Flower Industry (1991)
  54. Meredith Weiss, THE KHALISTAN MOVEMENT IN PUNJAB, 25 June 2002
  55. Naila Hussain, Poisoned Lives: The effects of cotton pesticides, Shirkat Gah
  56., SMEDA – Dairy Sector
  57. Pakistan Economic Survey, Finance Division Economic Advisor’s Wing, Islamabad, Government of Pakistan, 2006-07
  58. Pakistan Horticulture Board (PHDEB),
  59. Pakistan Horticulture Development and Export Board, ‘Feasibility Study on Date Processing & Packaging Plant at D.I. Khan’,
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  61. Punjab Provincial Cooperative Bank Ltd
  62. Ritsema, Geert, No rose without a thorn: Exports Flowers from India (1998),
  63. Sharma, Devinder, Selling out: the cost of free trade for India’s food security, The UK Food Group,
  64. SMEDA, ‘Horticulture Sector Brief’,
  65. State Bank of Pakistan, ‘Draft Guidelines on Horticulture Financing’,
  66. Statistics Division of FAO,
  67. Stefan Kasapis, ‘DATES: A Fruit of Promise for the Food Industry’,
  68. The Flower Expert, Various Articles and Presentations,
  69. Trade and Development Authority of Pakistan, Export Statistics and Trends,
  70. Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP), trade policy report (2006-2007),, World Bank study compares Pakistani and Indian Punjabs, Daily Times, Saturday, February 12, 2005, Web link:
  71. United States Department of Agriculture,
  72. USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 20 (2007),
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