Thinks it is necessary to initially take the bodies input on problems being faced by industrialists of the city
The World Bank Group’s Mission on Trade and Competitiveness, led by operation officer Amjad Bashir, visited the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry to seek the business community’s input on the overall investment climate of Sindh, particularly the industrial zones in Karachi.
According to a statement issued by the KCCI, Bashir, while highlighting the purpose of the World Bank mission’s visit, said that the Sindh government has requested the lender to carry out a detailed study and accordingly, give guidelines on how to improve the overall industrial climate of the province.
He said that the mission’s study has just begun and they will keep on visiting KCCI to get feedback on numerous issues. “We have decided to hold the first meeting with representatives of KCCI as we felt it necessary to initially take the bodies input on problems being faced by industrialists of the city,” he added.
Published in The Express Tribune, October 7th, 2015.
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