MULTAN - President Mango Growers Association Pakistan (MGAP) Syed Zahid Hussain Gardezi has said that there are no global competitors of the flavour, taste and sweetness of the mango varieties grown in Pakistan and promotion of Mango Industry can give us edge and economic upfront. Addressing the officers of Eleventh Mid Career Management Course from National Institute of Management, Government of Pakistan, Karachi, here on Saturday, he said that it was because of large fragmented constituency of mango and larger number of Small and Medium growers that Pakistan failed to capitalize on the significance of this exotic fruit, which can become a major foreign exchange earning produce. Zahid Hussain Gardezi briefed the officers of the Mid Career Management Course regarding the production, harvesting and marketing of mango and the interventions required for the establishment of a value chain. Zahid Hussain Gardezi said that a Modern State of Art Mango Pulp Plant has also been established in Multan on the behest of Mango Growers Association Pakistan and soon Pakistan will be able to mesmerize global connoisseurs with high quality mango Pulp. Speaking on the occasion the Director General National Institute of Management Karachi Mr Tauqir Ahmad thanked the president Mango Growers Association Pakistan for giving a detailed insight of the Mango Industry in Pakistan which has immense potential to transform the economy of the Country. He asked the visiting officers to insinuate proposals in line with suggestions of Mango Growers Associations Pakistan to make growers prosperous and alleviate poverty. Chief Instructor National Institute of Management Mrs Nighat Mehroze took keen interest in the production of Mango Pulp in Multan and suggested road map for export.