ICCI representation in FPCCI to contribute in improving economy – Shaban Khan)February 17, 2014
Islamabad: Permanent representation of ICCI by regular election of its representative as Vice President FPCCI would help in resolving the problems of business community of this region and contribute in improving the overall economy, said Shaban Khalid, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry while congratulating Mr. Munawar Mughal former President ICCI on assuming the charge as Vice President of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry for the year 2014-15.
He said the business community is facing problems due to multiple factors in fostering trade and industrial activities due to which the whole economy is in trouble.
It is the need of the hour that businessmen should extend cooperation to the government in restoring peace as we need a peaceful environment to promote business and investment and to put the economy on the track of revival.
He hoped that Mr. Munawar Mughal would play his role in highlighting key issues of traders and industrialists for redress in order to facilitate the growth of business activities.
Speaking at the occasion, Munawar Mughal newly elected Vice President of FPCCI thanked the local business community for its support to his election and assured that he would make all possible efforts for safeguarding their business interests.
He further said that burning issues of local business community including balanced rent control act, residential problems of small traders and establishment of a new industrial estate in Islamabad would be taken up on priority with relevant authorities for redress.
Khalid Mehmood Chaudhry, Senior Vice President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry also congratulated Mr. Munawar Mughal on his election as Vice President FPCCI and hoped that under his leadership the businessmen of Islamabad would be able to fight for their rights more effectively.
He further said that certain elements had hatched some conspiracies to thwart the election of Mr. Mughal and businessmen should develop more unity in their ranks to foil all efforts being made against the interests of trade and industry.