President Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) Raja Amer Iqbal has said that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is crucial for the country’s economic stability and prosperity. Talking to a group of traders at RCCI, he asked government to set up a working group to analyze and realize maximum opportunities from CPEC. The working groups must include representatives from chambers of commerce, experts and consultants, he suggested. RCCI president added that while materializing all projects, it should be considered that new industrial zones do not effect existing businesses. A joint venture strategy including Chinese and Pakistani companies can capitalize this golden opportunity, he added. Raja said: “CPEC is a mega development initiative and a game changer for Pakistan and the region as well. Amer said Rawalpindi is a major city that falls in the northern part of CPEC project that is why there exists a huge potential to boost trade and other business activities in the city. He urged the government to include Rawalpindi in the CPEC project due to its location.