Lahore, March 10, 2014 (PPI-OT): Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front (PIAF) has decided to take all trade and industry associations on board for the preparation of proposals for the budget 2014-15.
The decision to this regard was taken at a meeting headed by PIAF Chairman Malik Tahir Javaid and participated by representatives of a number of trade and industry leaders.
The PIAF Chairman said that an effort would be made to give government a set of suggestions that would help turn upcoming budget business friendly in true sense of the word.
Malik Tahir Javaid said that the business community understands that the Federal Finance Minister Ishaq Dar was utilizing his best abilities to overcome the economic challenges but at the same the private sector considers itself duty-bound to tell the government of hitches to speedy economic recovery. He said that the PIAF has evolved two-pronged strategy to prepare proposals for the upcoming budget.
He said that on the first leg, all the Executive Committee Members of PIAF would be asked to submit sector-specific details about the problems being faced by their respective businesses while secondly a meeting of all the trade and industry associations would be convened to get their suggestions about the upcoming budget.
Malik Tahir Javaid said that after finalizing, the proposals would be submitted to the Finance Ministry so that same could be incorporated in the upcoming budget document.
He said that all over the world, the private sector plays a leading role as far as economic policy framework is concerned therefore the PIAF would also play its role to bring the country out of economic mire through well-tailored budget proposals.
Malik Tahir Javaid said that the government and the private sector should be on the same page on minor and major economic issues so that they could be resolved amicably and without any further delay.
For more information, Contact:
Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front
110/s Kot Lakhpat Industrial Estate
Phone: (92) 42 5123522
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