Govt should need to take concrete steps on war footing for revival of economy


Islamabad/LAHORE: Pakistan Carpet Manufacturers and
Exporters Association (PCMEA) Saturday proposing setting up an Advisory
Council consisting of all stake holders and activating Pakistani embassies
to promote exports of the country besides giving access to international
markets said the government should take concrete steps on war footing for
revival of the economy.
These views were expressed by office bearers of the association in a review
meeting held here Saturday. Central Senior leader Abdul Latif Malik, Senior
Vice Chairman Ijaz ur Rehman, Senior Member Riaz Ahmed, Carpet Institute
Chairman Saeed Khan, Akbar Malik, Maj (R) Akhter Nazir participated in the
Abdul Latif Malik appreciated Prime Minister Imran Khan for taking
interests in exports of the country and the government should follow its
guidelines immediately. He said the government should allocate independent
funds for supporting exporters so that they can participate in
international exhibitions. He also demanded the government to assign
special duty to all commercial attaches of the embassies and fix targets
for them.
Saeed Khan briefed the participants about the performance of Carpet


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