ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif while addressing the launch of Expo Pakistan said that the government is committed to make Pakistan the preferred zone for business activities. He hoped in next three years the exports of the country would rise to $50 billion.
“We offer our foreign buyers a very competitive sourcing option. The captains of our industry have carved out their niche in the world market due to their production efficiencies and business ethics,” he said.
The Prime Minister said his government was dedicated and committed to economic development of Pakistan. “I and my team are actively engaged to bring in long term reforms in socio-economic sectors of Pakistan. We are well aware of the aspirations of the people of Pakistan and will do our utmost to vindicate the trust reposed in us,” the Prime Minister said. He said owing to consistent efforts, his government has succeeded in enhancing Pakistan’s exports to its highest ever turnover of over US $ 25 billion during the fiscal year 2013-14. “I am sure our entrepreneurs will maintain and further accelerate this growth momentum to achieve export level of US$ 50 billion within three years,” the Prime Minister said.