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Pay Board

a UK regulatory body that acted to control wages under the government's PRICES AND INCOMES POLICY from 1973 to 1980.
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Agricultural Prices Commission. Support Price Policy for Rice Paddy (Annual Reports).
Harsh Vardhan promises Food Prices Commission, if party wins Assembly polls
Net Return Per Ton (Divide Item 17 by 12) 217.75 Source: Agricultural Prices Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Agricultural Prices Commission. Islamabad: Government of Pakistan.
The Prices Commission said: "UK companies have been handicapped by the strong continuing preference for certain Irish products in Ireland.
The reports of these two Special Committee, when become available, are considered indepth by the Price and Grade Revision Committees consisting of the representatives of tobacco growers, tobacco industry, Industries Division, Government of Pakistan, Agricultural Prices Commission, Pakistan Tobacco Board and headed by the Agricultural Development Commissioner, Government of Pakistan.
This has been revealed in a comprehensive report on gram crop submitted recently to the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock by the Agriculture Prices Commission (APC).
Various studies undertaken at the University of Agriculture Faisalabad and Agricultural Prices Commission (APCOM) show that cost of production of crops is about 24-52% higher than the gross crop value resulting in a net loss to the growers in Pakistan.
Islamabad: Agricultural Prices Commission. (APCom Series No.
In price policy matters, the Agricultural Prices Commission (APCom) was to be strengthened for a greater role.
The studies carried out by the Agricultural Prices Commission in 1985 showed that the domestic resource cost (DRC) for sugarcane sown in spring, which is the main crop cultivated in the country, was above unity, In simple words, domestic resource cost is defined as the domestic resources used to produce a crop either to save one dollar or to earn one dollar of foreign exchange.