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Pakistan

Caretaker PM vows to boost foreign investment through Special Investment Facilitation Council

  • Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar pledges to continue the programmes targeted at reviving the nation's economy
Published August 15, 2023

Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar has vowed to take the required actions to boost foreign investment through the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC), Radio Pakistan reported.

SIFC was established by the recently departed PDM-led government to attract investment in agriculture, information technology, mining and minerals, energy, and defence.

The interim premier earlier on Tuesday presided over a number of meetings related to issues involving various ministries in Islamabad.

According to the prime minister, the caretaker administration will continue to implement programmes aimed at revitalising the nation’s economy as well.

He declared that ongoing public welfare initiatives would not be interrupted.

PM Kakar gave instructions to ensure the presence of top-notch facilities in the health and education sectors.

Regarding the tax and revenue sectors, the prime minister gave stern instructions to implement the reforms to increase the country’s tax collection.

Kakar stated that the caretaker setup would focus on independence and the de-regulation process for economic stability.

He requested a full report on the reform process in each department and received a detailed briefing on the nation’s economic situation.

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Shahid Khan Aug 15, 2023 09:14pm
So we can say that there would be no elections soon!
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Doc Asad Aug 15, 2023 09:55pm
what about elections on time ?
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KU Aug 16, 2023 12:17am
Fanciful ideas and projects may be successful under normal circumstances, but we should first put our house in order to attract investment. Just out, petrol is now Rs. 290 per liter and diesel Rs. 293 per liter, imagine surviving this or wishing for investment.
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Ash Chak Aug 16, 2023 02:11am
The people behind the ‘Special Investment Facilitation Committee’ , all wear a khaki uniform.
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Fazeel Siddiqui (Overseas Pakistani) Aug 16, 2023 02:13am
Yes derail the democratic govts, destabilise country & economy and bring own setups to correct the issues. Stablishment will never let Pakistan run like a normal Republic. Keep moving in same vicious cycle for benefit of only one institution.
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Asim Aug 16, 2023 05:08am
Morons snd their sponsors living in utopia ...
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