FAISALABAD (APP) - The Pakistan Hosiery Manufacturers and Exporters Association (North Zone) has rejected a decision of the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association to close spinning units on Tuesday and Wednesday and said it would not only create financial problems but also add to the suffering of the spinning sector. In a statement, Mian Naeem Ahmad Vice Chairman PHMEA North Zone said though the imposition of 15 percent regulatory duty on the export of yarn is inadequate to cap the yarn export but the decision of closure of spinning mills for two day is also not a wise decision because it will render millions of workers jobless and severely affect the Pakistani export. He advised the APTMA authorities to withdraw their decision of closure of units and force the government to take appropriate measures to redress the yarn crisis due to which the local industry has reached at the verge of collapse. He also demanded complete ban on yarn export and said that raw cotton material should be made available in the domestic market so that our local industry as well as exporters could fulfil their commitments made with foreign buyers besides earning precious foreign exchange for Pakistan.