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High standard labs set up to promote Pakistani products in global markets: PM Imran

Pakistani products in global markets

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that high standard of laboratories is being established by the government by especially focusing on promoting Pakistani products in global markets.

He further told in the meeting while chairing that the government aims to pay special attention to introduce the technology and innovation in agriculture and other fields.

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Young and successful entrepreneurs were also part of the meeting who hailed from information technology, beauty industry, Pak Wheels, sports goods, fashion and textiles, and other business sectors. Some member of the delegation shared their experiences and specially highlighted the impact of business-friendly policies of the government. They also put forward their proposals in order to further improve the business environment in the country.

Talking about promoting Pakistani products in global markets, Prime Minister Imran Khan further shared with the delegation that the government prioritizes to promote and incentivize the businesses, create an environment conducive to business by removing the hurdles, and other business activities.

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He also said that young entrepreneurs are the assets of Pakistan, he mentioned the government’s measures like the ease of doing business, online approval system, and the provision of easy loans. He added that the government resolves to take all possible measures for the facilitation of such entrepreneurs.

Minister for Information and Broadcasting Senator Shibli Faraz, industries minister Hammad Azhar, commerce advisor Abdul Razzak Dawood, finance advisor Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, advisor on institutional reforms Dr. Ishrat Hussain, an aide on political communication Dr. Shahbaz Gill, and Chairman Board of Investment Atif Bukhari attended the meeting.

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