By  on September 16, 2008

LAHORE, Pakistan — Given the rising costs, global recession and the prevailing thin margins of Pakistani mills, the country’s recent 31 percent currency devaluation has given a breather to mills.

But if prices don’t soon start creeping up, many more of them will be forced to shut down, further reducing the capacity of this major textile exporting country, executives said.

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