PBRA

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AcronymDefinition
PBRAProject-Based Rental Assistance
PBRAPetroleo Brasileiro SA
PBRAPoipu Beach Resort Association (Koloa, HI)
PBRAProfessional Bull Riders Association
PBRAPlant Breeders Rights Act (Australia)
PBRAPencil-Beam Redefinition Algorithm
PBRAPurebred Risk Assessment (Canadian Beef Breeds Council)
PBRAPreliminary Baseline Risk Assessment
PBRAPhil Burgan Race Academy (UK)
PBRAPrice-Based Resource Allocation
PBRAPharmaceutical Business Research Associates
PBRAProof by Repeated Assertion
PBRAProfessional Bull Riding Association
PBRAPerson Based Resource Allocation
PBRAProfessional Bathtub Refinishers Association
PBRAPermian Basin Restaurant Association
PBRAPalm Beach Rowing Association (West Palm Beach, FL)
PBRAPork Barrel Reduction Act
PBRAPost Burn Raw Area
PBRAPrinciples of the Business Rules Approach
PBRAPlot Based Resolution Analysis
PBRAPractice Bomb Rack Adapter (USAF B-1B)
PBRAPacolet-Bethlehem-Rion Association
PBRAProfit-Based Reliability Analysis (Avistar Inc.)
PBRAPermian Basin Repeater Association (Texas)
PBRAProposed Boundary Revision Area
PBRAPlant Breeding and Research Association (New Zealand)
PBRAPick the Best Runningback Available
PBRAPatient Bill of Rights Act
PBRAPaperwork Burden Reduction Act of 1980
PBRApupil-based risk assessment (UK)
PBRAPanhandle Barrel Racing Association
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The Plant Breeders Rights Act promulgated towards the end of 2016 is an example.
LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) the other day heard a petition filed by Non-Governmental Oganisation (NGO) Human Voice regarding the impugned Plant Breeders Rights Act 2016 passed by the National Assembly (NA) and directed Punjab government to produce a resolution passed by Punjab Assembly in this regard.
Since the cotton was one of the major export product, the government has been working with provincial governments to formulate and enforce a policy to halt conversion of cotton growing area into sugarcane growing area while Plant Breeders Rights Act has been recently enacted to help produce higher yield varieties of cotton and other crops locally through availability of better quality seed.
He said "The enactment of Plant Breeders Rights Act is one such positive step towards creating a business enabling environment for the industry, however, adequate implementation remains a concern due to the lack of institutional capacity."
The Plant Breeders Rights Act, 2016 was passed to encourage the development of new plant varieties and to protect the rights of breeders of such varieties.
The Seed Act and Plant Breeders Rights Act are under consideration in the parliament and hopefully these will be passed soon, Ahmad hoped.
The standing committee directed the Ministry of National Food Security to hold consultative sessions with all concerned stakeholders and submit a report on inviting international seed companies for hybrid seed production technology to Pakistan following the enforcement of Plant Breeders Rights Act.
Under the Plant Breeders Rights Act 1994, plant breeders are able to register their grain varieties to protect the intellectual property associated with variety research and development.
He said the Plant Breeders Rights Act would be activated within a month.