Economic revival, trade facilitation among govt’s top priorities: president

KARACHI: President Dr Arif Alvi said on Tuesday that revival of the country’s economy was the topmost priority of the present government.

Talking to a business delegation in Karachi, the presidency said that the government was striving hard to improve the economic condition of the country, adding that results in this regard would be yielded soon.

He underscored that the government was taking feasible steps to ensure business and investment-friendly environment, as it was the cornerstone for economic progress and prosperity of the country.

Dr Alvi urged the industrialists and businessmen to focus on export-oriented products, as an increase in exports was pivotal for economic stability.

He said the country had been facing numerous challenges for the past few years which had also affected the business community across the country.

The president appreciated the services of the business community towards the development of the country and hoped that they would continue to play their proactive role with the same zeal and zest in order to further uplift the country’s economy.

The delegation apprised the president regarding the functioning of district chambers and offered few recommendations to improve the economic structure and business environment in the country.

The president assured the delegation of his full support.

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