The government is committed to facilitate trade and industry to help generate the pace of economic development in the country.
All trade related issues of exporters are being addressed with an objective to enhance scale of exports.
Mian Riaz Ahmed, Director General Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP), stated this while talking to a four-member delegation of the Pakistan Carpet Manufacturers Exporters Association (PCMEA) who called on him here on Friday.
The DG apprised the delegates that all-out efforts were being made to facilitate the trade sector and assured that the delegates that their issues and concerns on export matters would also be taken for resolution.
PCMEA Chairman Abdul Latif Malik apprised the DG about the ongoing activities of the association and highlighted issues which were being confronted by exporters. He said the government should encourage the carpet industry through subsidy incentives and by opening new factories.
Qamar Zia, Vice Chairman of the Association also informed the DG about the industry related issues.
The DG apprised the delegates about those efforts which the TDAP is making for the trade facilitation and asked TDAP-industry relationship to mutually work for the development of the export sector.
The DG hoped that the meticulous efforts of the government in improving the level and standard of the export sector would give better results and in the days ahead, Pakistan's exports would jump many a times as compared to its present level.