Exhaustive stakeholders’ review conducted by PAJCCI


Staff Reporter


In line with Prime Minister Pakistan’s vision to substantiate efforts across the board to improve economic parameters, PAJCCI is striving to help facilitate policy advocacy whereby involving diverse stakeholders in suggesting a business-oriented framework. Both transit and trade regime with Afghanistan is receiving immense focus lately across the border.
In this context, a draft proposal from Afghan Ministry pertinent to APTTA and PTA revision set the momentum for further deliberations, hence PAJCCI took the initiative to conduct comprehensive stakeholders review to incorporate perspective of Pakistani business community.
The exercise emphasized greatly on proposing resolutions for the major bottlenecks that hampers ease of doing business, creates procedural hindrances, effects quality of services and raises cost of doing business. This endeavor was conducted right after high level delegation visit to Afghanistan under leadership of Chairman PAJCCI, Zubair Motiwala, that met Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Customs & Revenue Department in Afghanistan and highlighted the need of strengthening common grounds across the border for regional peace and prosperity.

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