By  on March 31, 2010

LAHORE, Pakistan — A Pakistan court issued an order Tuesday that puts off the government’s yarn export quota restriction, which is aimed at boosting domestic knit production.

Yarn mills went on a one-day strike March 18 to protest the export limit of 35,000 tons a month and the issue remained unresolved, despite negotiations with the textile ministry.

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