KARACHI: Businessmen Panel (BMP) candidate for vice president in the annual election of FPCCI, former senior vice president of KCCI and former president of Karachi Club, Muhammad Hanif Lakhani has emphasized the need of tax reform for small business owners so that the entire business chain could be documented and flourished.
He said at present in Pakistan the most urgent need is to promote the SME sector to crate jobs. Lakhani said that the leadership of the Businessmen Panel has already giving priority to the issues of small and medium enterprises to get them resolved.
Our group chairman Anjum Nisar and presidential candidate Nasir Hayat are already raising their voices for the development and growth of SMEs sector, he added.
He said although I belong to the industry sector, I am associated with the market and understand the problems of the markets and I will strive to take the problems of the markets to the government houses by being elected vice president of the chamber.
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