LCCI brainstorming moot on economy to be held tomorrow


The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry organizing and important and brainstorming Conference on “Evolution of Social Political, Economic Order, Past, Present and Future of Pakistan” tomorrow in Lahore.

It was revealed by the LCCI President Mian Nauman Kabir while addressing at a Press Conference at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

LCCI Senior Vice President Mian Rehman Aziz Chan and former President Sohail Lashari also spoke on the occasion.
Mian Nauman Kabir said that the purpose of this initiative is to prepare an economic plan to the government for improvement in economic affairs in the days to come. He said that Minister of State for Finance and Revenue Dr. Aisha Ghaus Pasha, Senator Mian Raza Rabbani, DG Walled City of Lahore Authority Kamran Lashari, Justice Shahid Jamil Khan, Chairman Nestle Pakistan Syed Yawar Ali, former Governor State Bank of Pakistan Dr. Ishrat Hussain, Chief Executive Officer of the Bank of Punjab Zafar Masud, former Federal Minister for Agriculture Syed Fakhar Imam, former Chairman FBR Syed Muhammad Shabbar Zaidi, Executive Director Netsol Ayub Ghauri and Chairperson Crescent Foundation Syed Sardar Ali Shah have been invited to address the different sessions of the Conference.
The LCCI President said that Pakistan is a resourceful country and has all the essentials for economic development but the need is to determine the right directions. He said that the purpose of holding this Conference is to bring all the stakeholders on one page and give doable solutions to the government to resolve the economic problems.

LCCI Senior Vice President Mian Rehman Aziz Chan said that the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry has a deep eye on the economic situation. He said that doing business is becoming difficult in the presence of economic challenges so everyone will have to play his role for economic turnaround of the country.

Sohail Lashari highlighted the aims and objectives of the Conference in detail and said that the government and the private sector should work together for economic stability of the country.

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