Govt working on priority basis to promote exports: Motiwala.

ISLAMABAD -- Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Trade Development Authority Pakistan (TDAP) Mohammad Zubair Motiwala has said that the government was working on priority basis to promote exports from Pakistan.

There is a special focus on trade relations with regional countries, the solution to Pakistan's economic problems lies in reducing imports and increasing exports, he said. He said that the role of the business community was key to get Pakistan out of the current economic problems and added, the TDAP will provide full support in projects like construction of Expo Center in Islamabad, a display center in the Chamber and FM radio.

In a meeting with the President of the Chamber Ahsan Zafar Bakhtavari on the occasion of his visit to the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry the other day, Zubair Motiwala said that the performance of Islamabad Chamber during the last one year was an example for other chambers, said a press release issued here on Sunday.

He said that the main objective of TDAP was to solve the problems of the business community and ensure access of Pakistani goods to every market in the world. The economic problems will be solved only if Pakistan's trade increases. Islamabad Chamber has taken many revolutionary steps in the last one year. Being the representative chamber of the federal capital, Islamabad Chamber is fulfilling its responsibilities, he expressed.

Speaking on this occasion, President Islamabad Chamber...

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