President of Pakistan Dr. Arif Alvi has urged the business community to focus on the value addition of products and the use of information technology to strengthen the country’s exports.
According to the details, he was addressing the award distribution ceremony of Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industries in Islamabad on Monday.
The President said the incumbent government is making all-out efforts to facilitate the business community.
He said the government is taking all stakeholders on board in decision making which is proving to be fruitful.
The President said the Punjab government is giving importance to the establishment of Special Economic Zones and skills development.
He said that matter of up-gradation for Faisalabad Airport will be discussed with Minister for Aviation.
Earlier, Minister for Industries, Commerce and Investment Mian Muhammad Aslam Iqbal said that a state of the art expo center will be established with the public-private partnership on 70 acres in Faisalabad to facilitate the business community.
He said the Punjab government has allocated 1.5 billion rupees for skills development. He said a scheme will soon be launched to provide loans for self-employment, worth 35 billion rupees.
Speaking on the occasion, President FCCI Rana Muhammad Sikandar Azam thanked the government for providing a business-friendly environment in the country.
Rana Muhammad Sikandar Azam lauded the vision and decisions of Prime Minister Imran Khan to curtail the spread of Covid-19.
President Dr. Arif Alvi also distributed excellence awards among the members of the Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industries.