RAWALPINDI: The Punjab authorities might be establishing six to eight new industrial zones within the province, stated Punjab Board of Funding Chairman Sardar Tanveer Ilyas on Thursday.
Mr Ilyas was visiting the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Trade (RCCI) to fulfill with native shopkeepers and merchants.
He stated the Punjab authorities is engaged on offering the utmost services for the promotion of native business and underneath Ease of Doing Enterprise.
“We’re dedicated to offering all services underneath one roof. The fundamental objective of my go to to chambers of commerce within the province is to get suggestions and suggestions on tariffs, taxation and reforms,” he stated.
He added that the Punjab authorities additionally needs to facilitate abroad traders and merchants as effectively.
“Native producers, industrialists and traders might be given equal alternatives and incentives,” he stated.
He urged the personal sector to come back ahead and play its position in boosting commerce and enterprise actions within the area.
He stated the federal government is conscious of the issues of the enterprise neighborhood and that he agrees that there’s want for involving the personal sector.
He appreciated RCCI’s position in selling commerce and enterprise actions by means of exhibitions and trade delegations and guaranteed of his full assist for resolving the difficulty of the supply of a grid station and hyperlink highway at RCCI Rawat Industrial Property.
RCCI President Malik Shahid Saleem stated Rawalpindi is the fourth largest metropolis in Pakistan and that companies within the pharmaceutical business, poultry, gems and jewelry, marble and cement are flourishing within the Potohar area.
He stated he hoped the Board of Traders chairman will handle their grievances on precedence foundation and can improve interplay with merchants.
He urged the federal government to provide related incentive packages to native producers in particular financial zones to make enterprise extra aggressive and in favour of Pakistani merchants.
“We wish extra incentives and ease to advertise particular financial zones within the area and we’ve got excessive hopes for upcoming export packages with respect to export and taxation,” he stated.
Printed in Daybreak, February eighth, 2019