Pakistani businessmen worried about impact of sit-in on economy.


The upcoming Azadi March and possibility of yet another sit-in by opposition political parties have sparked a fresh wave of concern among the business community of Pakistan.

Though the planned sit-in will take place in Islamabad, still businessmen, especially those focused on the export and import business, feel the political chaos would have adverse economic implications throughout the country.

Traders have complained that containers with different consignments have been confiscated by administrations of different districts to block roads.

"Retailers and traders are annoyed because whatever business is left in the country is now being ruined by the latest round of container seizures," said Pakistan FMCG Association Vice Chairman.

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