Caretaker Commerce Minister Proposes “Business Parks” to Boost Pakistan’s Trade

Web DeskAugust 23, 20235342 min

Caretaker Federal Minister of Commerce, Dr. Gohar Ejaz, has put forward a visionary proposal to establish “business parks” in major cities across Pakistan. These parks, designed as facilitation centers, aim to significantly enhance the country’s trade, fostering sustainable economic growth and strengthening global trade connections.

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Dr. Ejaz expressed his commitment to exploring every avenue to unlock Pakistan’s export potential during a meeting with prominent exporters and traders. He believes that these proposed business parks will play a pivotal role in achieving high economic growth and prosperity.

The discussions focused on immediate solutions, including the establishment of buying houses and the utilization of rental buildings managed by local business communities. These measures aim to urgently facilitate foreign traders and promote trade activities.

Dr. Ejaz stressed the importance of adopting a strategic approach to boost Pakistan’s exports. He proposed targeting specific countries based on their respective sectors, a tailored strategy that he believes will yield more favorable results and enhance Pakistan’s global trade relationships.

In this endeavor, Dr. Ejaz assured the full support of the government to the business community. The establishment of business parks represents an exciting opportunity to revolutionize Pakistan’s trade landscape, bringing economic growth and prosperity to the nation.

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