The Ministry of food safety and studies has devised policies to beautify the agriculture region in Pakistan in order that most benefit of China-Pakistan financial corridor (CPEC) can be reaped. These rules will focus on improving the products for global markets and growth the per acre yield of crops.
The policies also encompass series of training programs for capacity building of rural entrepreneurs. Ministry of national food security and studies has advanced comprehensive policy measures to work for the development of agriculture sector under China Pakistan financial corridor (CPEC).
Those policy measures would improve exports of agricultural products, enhance per acre yield of essential crops, and bring high-tech value and products of international standards, reported Radio Pakistan.
Under the policy measures, the ministry will put together feasibility reports of tradable commodities
for every sub-zone along the corridor and will do pilot trying out of rural businesses for
the identified commodities and coordination for
the improvement of business zones alongside the corridor. The government may even set up a
series of training programs aimed toward capacity building of rural entrepreneurs and
agricultural carrier vendors. Further, innovations for quality production, post-harvest dealing with and
processing will be added and investment portfolios will also be developed for public private partnerships to promote rural businesses