LAHORE - Federal Minister for Commerce Makhdoom Amin Fahim has said there should be no duty on cotton yarn export and he personally opposes it. Addressing the executive committee of the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association held here on Tuesday he announced to hold monthly meetings with all stakeholders to discuss and resolve the issues. He said that the trade policy continuity plays a catalyst role for the promotion of any industry. He said that he is in favour of five-year trade policy though the commerce ministry has prepared three-year trade policy last time. He ensured members of the APTMA to resolve all problems, saying the ministry of commerce was aware of problems of the textile industry and it wanted to resolve them but other ministries were also involved in it. The minister said that the issue of market access to the EU will be resolved soon as the government has approached the WTO in this regard. Replying to a question the minister said there is no pressure on the PPP government and it will resolve the issue amicably with all its coalition partners through dialogues. The PPP will convince the MQM, he said and added the election will be held at in scheduled time and the government would complete its term. The minister said that allies of the Pakistan Peoples Party had their own point of view and they had the right to make any decision but he hoped the allies would make no anti-democratic decision.