Govt needs to take concrete steps on war footing for revival of economy: PCMEA

ISLAMABAD/LAHORE: Pakistan Carpet Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PCMEA) on Saturday proposing setting up an Advisory Council consisting of all stakeholders and activating Pakistani embassies to promote exports of the country besides giving access to international markets said the government should take concrete steps on a war footing for the revival of the economy.

These views were expressed by the office bearers of the association in a review meeting held here on Saturday. PCMEA Central Senior Leader Abdul Latif Malik, Senior Vice Chairman Ijazur Rehman, Senior Member Riaz Ahmed, Carpet Institute Chairman Saeed Khan, Akbar Malik, Maj (retd) Akhter Nazir participated in the meeting.

Abdul Latif Malik appreciated Prime Minister Imran Khan for taking interests in exports of the country and said that 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 the special duty to all commercial attaches of the embassies and fix targets for them.

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