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PPI Original Text (PPI-OT) – Dr Baig to Address Officers at National Institute of Management

Karachi, May 26, 2012 (PPI-OT): Dr Mirza Ikhtiar Baig, Advisor to Prime Minister on Textiles and Chairman Baig Group will address on Monday, 28th May at 9:00 am at National Institute of Management (NIM) senior government officers from Pakistan representing Customs, Finance, Revenue, Education, Commerce and Industries, Income Tax and Home Departments in their eligibility zone for promotion to Grade 20.

Dr Baig’s presentation ‘Large Scale Industrial Development in Pakistan’ will cover Pakistan’s structure of industry and its export potential, the performance of large scale industries in Pakistan – Challenges and Issues, implementation strategy for industrial growth in the present policy environment and prospects of Chinese entrepreneurship in industrial joint ventures. He will focus on Textiles, Cement, Fertilizers, Automobile, Light Engineering, Defense Products and Food Processing sectors.

Dr Baig is a visiting Faculty member of many renowned Institutions and Universities including NIM and National Defence University where he share with the participants of the courses his in-depth knowledge on national and international economy, commerce and trade.

Dr Baig is also representing various policy making ‘Think Tanks’ including Prime Minster Business Council (PBC) and their recommendations on national economic policies are given due importance by the policy makers of the country. Dr Baig is also a regular columnist on the national and international economic issues and his analysis and datas are popular among students of economics in Pakistan and abroad.

For more information, contact:
Ministry of Textile Industry
Government of Pakistan
2nd Floor, Federal Cooperative Building,
G-5/2 Islamabad, Pakistan
Tel: +9251 921 2799 and 921 7242
Fax: +9251 921 4015
Web: www.textile.gov.pk

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