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Apex Committee of SIFC reviews overall measures taken for economic recovery

By News Desk

February 2, 2024 06:21 PM


The ninth meeting of the Apex Committee of the Special Investment Facilitation Council was held in Islamabad Friday under the chairmanship of Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir, members of the supervisory federal cabinet, provincial chief ministers and relevant senior officials participated in the meeting.

In the meeting, various ministries informed about the ongoing projects, policy measures and measures taken for the promotion of investment in the country.

The Apex Committee expressed satisfaction over these projects and policy measures and appreciated the positive role of whole of the government approach in achieving the set goals.

The committee reviewed the overall measures taken for the improvement of the country's economy and hailed their success.

In order to promote investment in the country and fully utilize its potential, the committee has taken measures in various fields, development of manpower, improvement of communication infrastructure and effective mechanisms to resolve local disputes to create a sustainable system.

The committee reviewed the progress on the economic relations with the friendly countries and also appreciated the steps taken by them to fully benefit from the investment.

The committee approved Strategic Canals Vision 2030 and FBR reforms in the meeting.

The Army Chief expressed the commitment of the Pakistan Army to fully support the government's initiatives for the economic stability of the country and the economic and social improvement of the people.

At the end of the meeting, Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar praised the role of the Special Investment Facilitation Council, all ministries, institutions and all relevant stakeholders in supporting the Caretaker Government in achieving its economic goals and setting a good example for the future.

He emphasized that the future elected government should continue the economic policies in the wider interest of the country and benefit from the speed of the economic initiatives established by the Special Investment Facilitation Council.

 

 


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