Leading industrialists of the country meet Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Friday.
While talking to them, the PM underlined it as responsibility of the government to provide utmost facilitation to the industrial and business activities.
Leading industrialists of the country meet Prime Minister
He further said development and prosperity of Pakistan remain linked with the progress of the industrial sector.
He assured industrialists that the government is incorporating their suggestions in the decision making process.
That is producing positive impact.
Moreover, the PM directed to resolve problems being faced by the industrialists in exporting their goods.
He also sought proposals from the industrialists to bring innovation to the agriculture sector and to start corporate farming to enhance yield of various crops.
Meanwhile, the delegation thanked the Prime Minister.
Industrialists said that the government patronage to business activities have started yielding positive results.
They said foreign exchange reserves have reached to the highest level, which shows economic stability in Pakistan.
They further said government’s economic team is always available to them for any guidance and problem solving.
Good sign for economy
Moreover, the delegation said that current account deficit has become surplus in Pakistan, which they termed a good sign for the economy.
Meanwhile, the delegation appreciated PM Khan for patronizing the construction sector.
Also, they said that consumption of cement is at the highest level in Pakistan’s history.
They said boom in construction activities and rise in textile exports, despite Coronavirus pandemic, have cast positive impact on country’s economy and provided job opportunities to the people.
While expressing complete confidence in government’s policies, they offered its services for the improvement of Pakistan’s economy.
The delegation, included Azam Farooq of Cherat Cement, Bashir Ali Muhammad of Gul Ahmed, Muhammad Ali Taba of Lucky Cement, Saqib Sherazi of Honda Atlas, Fawad Mukhtar of Fatima Fertilizers, Arif Habib of Arif Habib Group Limited and Hussain Dawood of Engro Corporation.