Govt committed to CPEC's development: minister.

ISLAMABAD -- Minister of Planning, Development and Special Initiatives Ahsan Iqbal on Friday reaffirmed commitment to the development of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and its successful implementation.

'We are taking all necessary steps to address pressing issues and enhance the country's exports, and we are grateful to China for its continued support in this regard,' the minister said while chairing a meeting to review progress on CPEC-related projects.

The meeting, according to a press release, also discussed progress on Special Economic Zones (SEZs), ML-1, Karachi Circular Railway and various new development initiatives that would be taken up in upcoming sittings of Joint Working Groups.

Says all necessary steps being taken to address pressing issues, enhance exports

During the meeting, the planning minister emphasised on the importance of strengthening the country's export sector, directing the quarters concerned to follow up on the PM's proposal with regard to seeking Chinese professionals' help in the development of Pakistan's export sector.

Mr Iqbal said the top priority of the government's 5Es...

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