ICCI urges all stakeholders to work for steering economy out of troubled waters.

ISLAMABAD -- Ahsan Zafar Bakhtawari, President of the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) has said that Pakistan needs a strong economy to get its due place in the international community.

He emphasised that all the stakeholders should work for steering the economy out of troubled waters and put it on the path of sustainable growth, said a press release on Saturday.

Bakhtawari said that Pakistan was endowed with a lot of natural resources, which have not been utilized yet due to a lack of good governance.

He said that there was a "great need to create a conducive environment" for business and investment in the country so that investors from all over the world are encouraged to do business and invest in Pakistan, which will improve the economy and bring prosperity to the nation.

Expressing his serious concern over the recent vandalism of government and military installations, Bakhtawari said that Pakistan was currently going through a difficult economic situation and it was the need of the hour to end the politics of division and promote national unity.

"Let's work together to make Pakistan strong because an economically strong Pakistan can provide a bright future for our upcoming generations," he urged.

Ahsan Bakhtawari expressed regret over the desecration of martyrs' memorials and the destruction of various properties including Jinnah House.

He said that the whole nation including the business community strongly condemns such incidents.

Bakhtawari said that Pakistan was currently facing various challenges on its borders including terrorism and its...

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